Satish Kaushik was an great Actor, writer, and director who died at the age of 66. Kaushik was best known for his roles in films such as “Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron”, “Mr India”, “Deewana Mastana”, and “Udta Punjab”. – He was also a celebrated veteran actor and one of the few Bollywood faces to have starred in both commercial and art house movies. Kaushik passed away on March 28th in Gurugram, Delhi, after suffering from COVID-19.
His close friend and filmmaker Ashoke Pandit took to Twitter to offer his condolences and shared that he had celebrated Holi with Kaushik just days before his death. Satish Kaushik was not only an actor but also a director and writer. His friend Ashoke said that he was a “true artist”. The entire film industry is mourning the loss of Satish Kaushik who was loved by all. Fans are sending their condolences and remembering the veteran actor for his contribution to Bollywood cinema.
Satish Kaushik, a well-known actor and filmmaker, passed away on April 29th at the age of 65. He was known for his work in Bollywood films like Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (1983), Ghar Ho To Aisa (1990), Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain (1999), Tere Naam (2003) and more. He was also the director of Indian drama Masoom (1996). Kaushik made his debut in the film fraternity as an assistant director to Shekhar Kapoor for Masoom. He then went on to become one of the most successful actors in Bollywood, having worked in several critically acclaimed films such as Mr India, Rangeela and Pukar. Kaushik had also acted in several television shows and dramas over the years. His roles were always appreciated by fans and critics alike.
The film fraternity is mourning Kaushiks death with many stars taking to social media to express their grief. They are calling him a “cheerleader” who brought joy to everyone around him with his infectious energy and enthusiasm for life. Kaushik Ji was also remembered fondly by members of his family who said that he was a beacon of strength during difficult times.