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Theater, Bollywood and TV actor Amit Mistry has died in Mumbai from a heart attack. Indian Film TV Producers Council wrote on social media informing this, “The shocking and sad news of the death of talented actor Amit Mistry was received. Heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. God rest his soul.”

Amit’s movies, shows and web series
Amit has produced ‘Kya Kehna’ (2000), ‘Ek Chalis Ki Last Local’ (2007), ‘Shor in the City’ (2010), ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’ (2011), ‘Gali Gali Chor Hai’ (2012) and Worked in films like ‘A Gentleman’ (2017). Apart from this, he was seen on TV in serials like ‘Saat Phere Ki Fraud’, ‘Dafa 420’, ‘Tenali Rama’ and ‘Madam Sir’. He played an important role in the web series ‘Bandish Bandits’ released last year.

Entertainment world expressed grief
Many celebrities in the film and TV world have mourned Amit’s death. Comedian and actor Vir Das wrote, “I was ready to start shooting a show, Amit Mistry is also an integral part. His talent, his vision was the thing to see. We have lost a truly amazing artist today . rip in peace.”

Filmmaker Ashok Pandit wrote, “I am broke. I can’t believe it. A dear friend, the legendary actor of stage, TV and cinema ended today due to cardiac arrest. It was not the age for Amit to leave. Nishbad. I am. My heartfelt condolences to his family. “

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