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Popular Bengali actor Partha Sarathi Deb dies in Kolkata hospital
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Popular Bengali actor Partha Sarathi Deb dies in Kolkata hospital

| @indiablooms | 23 Mar 2024, 01:28 pm

Popular Bengali actor Partha Sarathi Deb, who was a popular face in movies and theatre, has died in a Kolkata hospital.

He was 68.

According to reports, he was suffering from COPD for a long period of time.

He died in the hospital on Friday.

He was shifted to the ICU after his condition worsened.

Partha was the vice president of the West Bengal Motion Picture Artists Forum and the body condoled his death.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee expressed her sadness over the death of the 'distinguished' actor and posted on X: "Sad to know of the demise of distinguished and senior actor Partha Sarathi Deb. His departure impoverishes us."

"My condolences to the family,  friends and admirers of the artist," she said.

Tollywood actor Jeet posted on X: "Sad to know we lost our colleague and WBAF committee member. My heartfelt condolences to his bereaved family & friends… #RestInPeace #ParthaSarathiDeb."

He was part of popular serials like 'Chuni Panna', 'Joyee', 'Ek Akasher Niche', and 'Mithai'.

He worked in several Tollywood movies as well.

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