New Delhi: Actor Mohit Baghel, who started his career in showbiz with the comedy show Chhote Miyan, has died due to cancer. He was just 27 years old. This news has been confirmed by the writer and director of Comedy Circus and the director of ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’, Raaj Shandilyaa. After this tweet by Raj, there is a wave of mourning in the entire Bollywood.
Raj Shandilya tweeted, ‘Mohit my brother, what was the chance to leave so soon? I told you, look, the whole industry has stopped for you, all will come soon after that they will start their work, you do very good acting, so I will wait for you on the set of the next film … and you will have to come. ॐ Sai Ram #cancer RIP. ‘ At the same time, Gurpreet Kaur Chadha also wrote in a tweet, ‘Never in my dreams did we think that we will lose you so soon, an actor who showed his amazing acting skills in the film #Ready.’
Created his own identity in a short time
Everyone is shocked by the sudden demise of Mohit Baghel. Let us tell you, Mohit made his way from the small screen to the big screen, He had made his own identity in a very short time. He even shared the screen with Salman Khan in the film ‘Ready’. Mohit played the powerful character of Chhote Amar Chaudhary in Ready.
Was interested in acting since childhood
Mohit Baghel was born on 7 June 1993 in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. He was interested in acting since childhood, so he participated in plays and debates in school. He made his acting debut in 2011 with the film ‘Ready’ with Salman Khan. He was also seen in the film ‘Uma’ with Jimmy Shergill, Sanjay Mishra, Om Puri in the lead roles.