Sunil Holkar, the actor from “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah,” died on January 15 in Mumbai. He was 40 years old. He was regularly receiving treatment for his liver cirrhosis.
Around seven or eight years ago, Sunil was connected to the well-known sitcom “Taarak Mehta.” He participated in a Navratri-themed special episode and made two appearances.
What Asit Modi says
He played a part in one of the stories, and he fit in nicely with our programme, according to Asit Kumarr Modi, the show’s creator and writer. But he wasn’t portraying a typical character. He did, however, have a good part in our presentation.
“I must admit that he was a talented and experienced actor, and it is really tragic that he departed prematurely at the young age of 40. My deepest sympathies go out to him and his family.”
Sunil has been in numerous Marathi movies;
His most recent appearance was in “Gosht Eka Paithanichi,” which won a National Award.
According to the claims, Sunil urged his friend to share a “last post” on his behalf after realising how bad his condition had gotten.
It was penned in Marathi and read: “This is my final letter to you all, friends. This person you know has gone to the heavenly home. Please accept my apologies if I’ve ever said something incorrectly or made a mistake. I asked a friend to submit this on my behalf, so goodbye.”
He appeared in movies like “Mandali Tumchyasathi Kay Pan,” “Lau Ka Laath,” and “Sagla Karun Bhagle,” among others, in addition to this show. His parents, wife, and two children all survived him.
Prior to Sunil’s untimely passing, Ghanshyam Nayak, who played “Nattu Kaka” in “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah,” also died at the age of 76 following a protracted struggle with cancer and chemotherapy.