The 66-years old television actor Satish Kaul best known for his role in the tv show “Mahabharat” died on Saturday due to COVID-19. The actor was going through a financial crisis so he asked for financial help in May during the lockdown. The Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amrinder Singh supported him financially and gave him Rs. 5 lakh. Satish Kaul was having some health issues so he asked for help on social media. The people who helped him shared this on the internet that “We wish a speedy recovery to the Punjabi Iconic Actor Satish Kaul. We are releasing Rs.5 Lakh for his medical treatment which is undergoing in Ludhiana Hospital”. He is a man who has contributed for the state so we will stand by his side in this situation”.

Satish Kaul Death Reason

Satish Kaul took his last breath on Saturday in a hospital in Ludhiana. He was struggling with some health issues and also tested positive from COVID-19 a few days back. He was quarantined in his house but on Friday his situation went worse and his family took him to the hospital for the appropriate treatment. Satish Kaul has started his career from television but he has majority worked in Punjabi movies. He has featured as a lead actor in more than 80 moves. Satish Kaul has worked in a total of 300 Hindi and Punjabi movies in his career. He got fame by playing the role of Lord Indra in the TV Show “Mahabharta” and”Bikram Betaal”.

He has worked in some popular movies as a supporting actor such as Prem Parbat, Warrant, Karma, Dance Dance, Bhakti Me Shakti, Ram Lakhan, Pyar To Hona Hi Tha, and Gunaho Ka Faisla. He has worked with popular Bollywood actors such as Dilip Kumar. Shahrukh Khan and Dev Anand. He is best known for his characters played in movies “Sassi Punnu”, “Ishq Nimana”, and “Patola”. He was a graduate of the Film And Television of India (FTII) in 1969. Popular actor and actresses of Bollywood such as Asha Sachdeva,

Om Puri, Jaya Bachchan, Danny Denzongpa, Shatrughan Sinha, and Zarina Wahab were their batch mates during his education. Satish Kaul was born in Ludhiana and moved to Mumbai to follow his passion for acting. In 2011, he won the “Lifetime Achievement Award” for his contribution to Punjabi Cinema at PTC Punjabi Film Awards. He is also called the Amitabh Bachchan of Punjabi Cinema. To know more about this article stay connected to us.


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