The Punjabi actor-director Sukhjinder Shera has passed away on Wednesday in Uganda, South Africa. The personal assistant of Sukhjinder has confirmed his death news on social media. Sukvinder’s resistance is in Malkapur and he visited Kenya, South Africa to meet his friend on 17th April. Jagdev Singh has state that Sukhinder had a fever on 25th April so they went to the doctor for some medical tests where doctors confirmed that he is suffering from pneumonia. He got admitted to the hospital on 26th April and doctors started his treatment. His condition was critical on Tuesday night and he dies on Wednesday morning.

Sukhjinder Shera Passes Away in Uganda

Sukhjinder was born in Punjab and completed his education at Punjab University. He has started his career by acting in supporting roles in several movies. He got the lead role in the movie Yaari Jaat Di which was a comedy Punjabi movie. He has highly appreciated his role in the movie. Sukhjinder Shera was a professional actor and director who has started his career in Punjabi movies. He has appeared in superhit Punjabi movies such as “Yaari Jaat Di”, “Yaar Belly”, “Jagira”, and “Jatt Te Zameen”. The actor was 58 years old and worked for 20 years in the Punjab film industry.

The fans of Sukhjinder are shocked after hearing the demise news on Wednesday morning. His personal assistant updated the news on social media. Many Punjabi celebrities have posted their condolence on social media. Punjabi actor Karamjit Anmol has posted on social media sharing a picture of Sukhjinder and writes, “This is not easy to say the Sukhjinder Shera is no longer with us. Our condolence is with his family and friends. RIP”. The dead body of Sukhjinder is still in Yoganda and his family is trying to bring his body to his home Punjab where they can perform the last rites.

Some of his relatives have tried to contact Punjab Government to get the dead body for the last rites. This seems to be hard to get the dead body in India due to the COVID-19 lockdown and pandemic from last month. There is no family member of Sukhvinder who lives in Kenya, South Africa who can bring his body to India. They required permission to visit the country to get his body. The further procedure will be followed by the family if Punjab Government allows them to so do. To know more about this article stay connected to us.


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