Satish Kaul as Lord Indra in TELEVISION serial Mahabharat and (right) a recent photo of the veteran actor in Ludhiana. (HT Photos).
Punjabi star Satish Kaul dies of Covid in Ludhiana.
The 75-year-old, who had acted in Punjabi and Hindi movies besides TV serial Mahabharat, had been fighting coronavirus infection for the past fortnight.
By Mohit Khanna.
UPDATED ON APR 10, 2021 06:27 PM IST.
Veteran Punjabi star Satish Kaul, 75 that acted in Punjabi and Hindi movies, besides playing Lord Indra’s function in the TV show Mahabharat passed away of Covid-19 in Ludhiana on Saturday.
Satya Devi that was looking after the star, said Kaul was battling coronavirus infection for the past fortnight. She claimed his condition shabbily, and also, he passed away at 2 PM.
In 2019, she had highlighted Kaul’s circumstances far from the spotlight and sought the state government’s aid, after which chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh guided his personnel to supply all feasible assistance to the actor.
Kaul had offered his home in Mumbai in 2011 and opened an acting college in Ludhiana; however, the job stopped working and drove him into economic losses. He was compelled to move to an old-age residence at Doraha.
In 2014, Punjabi College, Patiala, provided him with work at its acting school, where he was provided with a month-to-month pension of 11,000 for three years. Kaul obtained accommodation at the university, wherein in July 2015, he dropped and suffered a hip crack.
After appearing of the medical facility, Kaul moved to the Red Cross’s nursing home in Ludhiana and later to the Swami Vivekananda Ashram.
In November 2018, Satya Devi, that was his fan, identified him as well as brought him to her residence since she had dealt with him.