“We have now misplaced two gifted actors who received the hearts of individuals via their works,” mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday as he condoled the loss of life of veteran actors Ghanashyam Nayak and Arvind Trivedi. Whereas Nayak was recognized for his position within the fashionable TV serial “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah”, Trivedi was finest recognized for essaying the position of Ravan within the tv present “Ramayan”. The latter was additionally an ex parliamentarian.
PM Modi tweeted, “Shri Ghanashyam Nayak can be remembered for his multifaceted roles, most notably within the fashionable present ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. He was additionally extraordinarily type and humble”.
“We have now misplaced Shri Arvind Trivedi, who was not solely an distinctive actor but additionally was captivated with public service. For generations of Indians, he can be remembered for his work within the Ramayan TV serial. Condolences to the households and admirers of each actors. Om Shanti.”
Actor Ghanashyam Nayak handed away on Sunday (October 3) on the age of 77. The senior actor had undergone surgical procedure final yr after getting recognized with most cancers. Whereas he had resumed work this yr, he fell in poor health and succumed to it. Throughout his profession, Nayak labored in round 100 Gujarati and Hindi movies, alongside together with his work in roughly 350 Hindi Tv serials.
Gujarat Chief Minister, Bhupendra Patel, took to his Twitter deal with and shared condolence for the actor’s demise. He tweeted, “Gujarati theatre has suffered an incredible loss because of the premature demise of the well-known Shri Ghanshyambhai Nayak, nicknamed ‘Natukaka’ from the serial ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’.
Alternatively, Arvind Trivedi died on Tuesday (October 5) evening. He was 82 when he breathed his final. The actor, who was unwell and was even unable to stroll, died because of a coronary heart assault in Mumbai. Arvind’s final rites have been carried out on Wednesday, round 8 am.
Other than his appearing stints, Arvind additionally dabbled in politics by serving as a Member of Parliament from 1991 to 1996. For a short interval, between 2002 and 2003, the late actor had additionally served as an appearing chairman for the Central Board for Movie Certification (CBFC).