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Asif Basra Bollywood Actor Found Dead.


Bollywood Asif Basra is an Indian film and theatre actor. He has appear in several international English-language productions. Such as the acclaimed 2006 movie. Asif has starred in a number of popular Hindi movies.. Including Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, Jab We Met and Kai Po Che. His performance in Rahul Dholakia’s Parzania receive much critical acclaim. In 2014, he starred in the Tamil film Anjaan. And most recently he has acted alongside Ranbir Kapoor in his new film Roy.

Asif has also worked with some of India’s leading directors, including Anurag Kashyap on his film Black Friday. Other film roles have included playing the tailor in Hindi movie Lamha.

Asif has starred in many plays in India and abroad, performing in English, Hindi and Urdu theatre productions. He tour India, the United States, the UK and Dubai playing five characters in Feroz Khan’s production of Mahatma V/s Gandhi. He perform the title role in Manav Kaul’s acclaime Mamtaz Bhai Patang Waale. And played a 12-year old child with Spina Bifida in Main Bhi Superman.

Asif Basra was born in Amravati on 27th July 1967. In 1989 he moved to Mumbai to pursue his acting career, and continues to live and work there.

Asif Basra found dead:

Recently he found dead at his rented accommodation in Dharamsala’s McLeodganj area.

According to the sources no suicide letter was found. And the dead body of the actor has given to post mortem by the police.

The tragic death of the actor has left everyone in the devastating situation. And whole Bollywood come together to pray for him. The intial investigations says that he was suffering from depression. But till now no research regarding this has taken place.

He was a fine artist and work well. And will always be remember for his work. May his soul rest in peace.

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