Ramesh Deo, Veteran Hindi and Marathi Actor, Dies at 93 After Suffering From a Heart Attack

Mumbai, Feb 2: Veteran Hindi and Marathi cinema actor Ramesh Deo died of a heart attack on Wednesday at a hospital here, son Abhinay Deo said. The actor was 93. Amitabh Dayal Dies of Heart Attack; Actor Was Known for Films Like Rangdari, Virrudh Among Others.

“He passed away due to a heart attack around 8.30 PM tonight at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. He was 93,” filmmaker Abhinay Deo told PTI.

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Deo worked in many Hindi and Marathi films in his extensive career.

Beginning his career as a villain in Hindi cinema with 1962’s “Aarti”, Deo went on to deliver memorable roles alongside stars such as Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Khanna and Shatrughan Sinha and Hema Malini-Dharmendra in films such as “Anand”,Aap Ki Kasam” and “Mere Apne” and “Dream Girl“. Vivek Anand Oberoi Opens Up About How He Learnt Several Things From the Failure Along With Success.

He is survived by actor wife Seema Deo, actor son Ajinkya Deo and Abhinay Deo, who is known for directing films such as “Delhi Belly” and “Force”.

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