satish kaushik

Veteran actor and director Satish Kaushik passed away due to heart attack in Delhi. Satish Kaushik was 66. The veteran actor’s sudden demise has left everyone shocked and heartbroken. In a recent interview, Satish’s manager Santosh Rai revealed what were his last words and it will break your heart.

Satish Kaushik’s last words revealed

Recalling what happened hours before his death, Santosh told Times of India that at around 12.00 am Satish called him and said that he is facing difficulty in breathing and they immediately rushed to the hospital.

Talking about what happened in the car, Santosh shared, “Then, he put his head on my shoulder and said, ‘Santosh, main marna nahin chahta, mujhe bacha lo.’ We reached the hospital (Fortis Hospital) in eight minutes as the road was empty maybe because of Holi, but by the time we entered the premises, he was unconscious. He also told me a few more things in the car.”

Santosh further added, “He held me and said, ‘Mujhe Vanshika ke liye jeena hai. Mujhe lagta hai main nahi bachunga. Shashi aur Vanshika ka khayal rakhna.”

The veteran actor’s manager also revealed that after informing his family, he called Anupam Kher. Satish ji was very close to Anupam, Anil Kapoor, and Boney Kapoor. He revealed, “Satish ji used to tell me if anything happens or anything is required for him, I should first call Anupam ji and Anil Kapoor ji. My call to Anupam ji went unanswered. Obviously, he must have been fast asleep. So, I informed his work-person and told him to inform Anupam ji anyhow. And, Anupam ji soon called back. Anupam ji and Boney Kapoor ji rushed to Satish ji’s residence and they were there in just few minutes. They stayed on till the next day. Both Anupam and Boney were very, very close to Satish ji.”

Satish’s last rites were in performed in Mumbai. Satish’s funeral was attended by Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty, Farhan Akhtar, and Shehnaaz Gill among others.

Also Read: Anupam Kher shares he’s still coming to terms with the loss of Satish Kaushik in an emotional video: It’s killing me