Who was Kishore Nandlaskar?
Kishore Nandlaskar was an Indian actor, popular amongst the audience for films like Singham (2011), Simmba (2018), Khakee (2004) and Vaastav: The Reality (1999). The veteran actor has played supporting roles in more than 40 movies.
Rohit Shetty’s action movie Simmba starring Ranveer Singh, Sonu Sood, and Sara Ali Khan was the latest project that featured Kishore as an actor.
Nandlaskar was well-known for his contribution in both Bollywood and Marathi films which includes like ‘Vaastav’, ‘Miss U Miss’, ‘Simmba’, ‘Perfume’ ‘Gaon Thor Pudhari Chor’, ‘Are Soda Batali Bai’ and many more.
Apart from that, he has been working in the Marathi cinema for quite a long time now. The 1989 film Ina Mina Dika marked Kishore’s debut on the big screen after which, he went on to have a fairly satisfying career.
Kishore Nandlaskar Cause Of Death
Kishore Nandlaskar passed away due to COVID-19 complications. He was 81. According to reports, Nandlaskar was admitted to a hospital in Thane after he contracted the coronavirus.
He is survived by his wife and three sons. We offer the family our heartfelt condolences.
Bollywood Reaction and Tweets
Ranveer Singh who is quite on social media, took to his Instagram handle to mourn the demise of his ‘Simmba’ co-star Kishore Nandlaskar.
Manoj Bajpayee also took to his Twitter account and wrote, “Sad news!!! May god bless his soul !!!! 🙏🙏”
Sacred Games 2 actress Amruta Subhash also took to her Twitter account and paying her respects she wrote, “#KishoreNandlaskar passes away due to covid😢 we have lost a great great actor! His sense of timing was unmatchable. Salute to you Kishor kaka 🙏 किशोरकाका नांदलस्कर गेले.. कोविडमुळे😢फार मोठे कलाकार! किशोरकाका श्रद्धांजली🙏”
Kishore Nandlaskar FAQ’s
What was Kishore Nandlaskar Age?
He was 81 when he passed away on April 20, 2021.
What is Kishore Nandlaskar Date of Birth?
Kishore Nandlaskar was born in the year1940.
Who is Kishore Nandlaskar Wife?
Unknown(will be updated soon)
Kishore Nandlaskar Movies
Singham (2011), Simmba (2018), Khakee (2004), and Vaastav: The Reality (1999). The veteran actor has played supporting roles in more than 40 movies.