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Kannada Superstar Puneeth Rajkumar Died Due to Heart Attack

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Kannada Superstar Puneeth Rajkumar Died

Kannada Superstar Puneeth Rajkumar Died : Popular Kannada entertainer Puneeth Rajkumar is no more. He was conceded to the emergency clinic with a genuine ailment and passed on at the medical clinic. He was hurried to Vikram Medical clinic in Bangalore in the wake of experiencing an abrupt respiratory failure while doing exercise center. In any case, he passed on as the circumstance declined.

His fans were in grieving when they heard the information on Puneet’s passing. Showing up at the emergency clinic vigorously. The Karnataka government has given a full alert in such manner. Puneet, who began his profession as a youngster entertainer in 1976, made 13 movies as a kid entertainer till 1989. Won National‌ Honor for Best Kid Entertainer. He made his presentation as a saint with Appu in 2002. He has gone about as a saint in 32 movies up until this point.

Kannada entertainer Puneeth Rajkumar died today subsequent to experiencing a monstrous heart failure while working out in the exercise center today morning and was conceded to Vikram Medical clinic in Bengaluru. Karnataka Boss Clergyman Basavaraj S Bommai was available at the clinic to keep an eye on the 46-year-old entertainer. Sources additionally express that Puneeth’s senior sibling and entertainer Shivarajkumar and Yash were there at the premises.

The news was affirmed by Sathish, the individual director of Puneeth and different sources identified with the entertainer.

The end of Puneeth has taken the whole South Indian entertainment world by shock as the entertainer was as of late seen advancing Shivarajkumar’s Bajrangi 2. The entertainer had even tweeted wishing the film karma today morning.

On the acting front, he was most recently seen in Yuvarathnaa, coordinated by Santhosh Ananddram. He had as of late wrapped going for Chethan Kumar’s James, close by Priya Anand. He was going to start going for Dvitva, coordinated by Pawan Kumar from November 1.

In a profession spreading over twenty years as a saint, the entertainer, affectionately called as Appu and Powestar, acted in a few effective movies and had one of the biggest fanbases in the Kannada entertainment world.