Amit Mistry’s manager opens up on his demise; says, ‘It happened while he was exercising this morning’

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Actor Amit Mistry, who has been a part of some very popular television shows like Saat Phero Ki Hera Pherie, Woh, Yeh Duniya Hai Rangeen and Tenali Rama, died this morning. The actor suffered a cardiac arrest at his Mumbai residence. The actor’s cremation took place in the afternoon around 1:30 pm. Amit’s friends and colleague from the industry have shared their grief through several social media posts.

The reason behind Amit’s death is quite sad as his manager shared with, “He used to reside with his mother at Andheri (Mumbai). He had his breakfast in the morning and headed to his room and did his exercise around 9:30 when he suffered cardiac arrest. His mother later informed about this unfortunate news to her relatives who stayed closeby and they have reached there to help her with all the rituals.”

Filmmaker duo Raj and DK said they were ‘devastated’ to know about Mistry’s death. The duo tweeted, “Devastated that Amit Mistry is no more! He was very special to us! Kuber (99), Tipu (SITC), Jignesh (A Gentleman), Prakhaand Pandit (current series)…in every script of ours, we subconsciously wrote a part for him. Heartbroken! Every time we write a script, he will be missed :(.”

Lyricist Swanand Kirkire, mourning his death, tweeted, “Amit Mistry ? No …this is unbelievable. He was an amazing Actor and a real happy soul” Karan V Grover tweeted, “Shocking and deeply saddening news #Amitmistry Peace be upon u brother” Also seen paying her last tribute and condolences to his family, was actress Kubbra Sait, she tweeted, “You’ll be missed on earth @Actoramitmistry Condolences to the family.”

The actor, who made his name in the Gujarati theatre circuit, went on to do memorable roles in Bollywood movies including Kya Kehna, Ek Chalis Ki Last Local, 99, Shor In The City, Yamla Pagla Deewana and A Gentleman. He was last also seen in the series Bandish Bandits.

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