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TV actor Rituraj Singh dies of cardiac arrest at 59 Rituraj Singh
Photo Courtesy: Praful Patel X page

TV actor Rituraj Singh dies of cardiac arrest at 59

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 20 Feb 2024, 04:29 pm

Indian TV actor Rituraj Singh died of cardiac arrest on Tuesday (February 20, 2024),  his colleague and friend Amit Behl confirmed.

He was 59.

Actor Amit Behl told indianexpress.com that Rituraj Singh died at 12:30 am.

“He was unwell. Was hospitalised 15 days back due to some pancreatic issues. Was back home few days back, but yesterday was feeling really weak and they rushed him to hospital. But he got the attack before reaching hospital," he said.

He played different roles in a number of Indian TV shows like Banegi Apni Baat aired on Zee TV in 1993, Jyoti, Hitler Didi, Shapath, Warrior High, Aahat, Adaalat, and Diya Aur Baati Hum. He also played the role of Balwant Chodhary in the Colors TV serial Laado 2.

Indian politician Praful Patel mourned his death and posted on X: " Deeply saddened by the untimely demise of the renowned actor Rituraj Singh. With his powerful performances, he left a lasting impression in the world of cinema. His passing at the age of 59 due to a cardiac arrest is a great loss to the industry. May his soul rest in peace."

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