Mahabharat’s Bheem, actor Pravin Kumar Sobti, dies of a heart attack at 75

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Actor Pravin Kumar Sobti, standard for essaying the function of Bheem in BR Chopra’s Mahabharat, has died at the age of 75. Kumar’s daughter Nikunika urged khatrimaza.uno, “He handed away the day earlier than this day around 9.30 pm. He suffered a heart attack. He died at residence in Delhi.”

Besides taking half within the function of Bheem, which made him a household establish, Kumar furthermore starred in many movies including Amitabh Bachchan-starrer Shehenshah and Dharmendra’s Loha. Other movies to his credit ranking embody Aaj Ka Arjun, Ajooba, and Ghayal, among others.

Sooner than he grew to turn into an actor, Praveen used to be a hammer and discus throw athlete. A four-time Asian Games medallist, he furthermore represented India in 1968 Mexico and 1972 Munich Olympics. He used to be furthermore honoured with Arjuna award. He labored as the Deputy Commandant within the Border Safety Power (BSF) as properly.

The official Twitter story of BSF paid tribute to the dead actor. “The iconic function of ‘Bheem’ essayed by Sh Praveen Kumar Sobti in B R Chopra’s Mahabharat will continue to bring back reminiscences of the ‘comfy enormous’,” the tweet learn.  Condoling the death of Kumar, in yet another tweet, BSF wrote,  “Director Peculiar & All Ranks of BSF condole the untimely demise of Sh Praveen Kumar Sobti, faded Deputy Commandant, Arjuna Awardee, two-time Olympian (1968 Mexico Games and 1972 Munich Games) & four-time Asian Games medallist (2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze).

The iconic function of ‘Bheem’ essayed by Sh Praveen Kumar Sobti in B R Chopra’s Mahabharat will continue to bring back reminiscences of the ‘comfy enormous’.#Mahabharat #Bheem #PraveenKumarSobti #RIP pic.twitter.com/qgfT1psUk0

— BSF (@BSF_India) February 8, 2022

Director Peculiar & All Ranks of BSF condole the untimely demise of Sh Praveen Kumar Sobti, faded Deputy Commandant, Arjuna Awardee, two-time Olympian (1968 Mexico Games and 1972 Munich Games) & four-time Asian Games medallist (2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze).#JaiHind#RIP pic.twitter.com/NPsqCjhou7

— BSF (@BSF_India) February 8, 2022

The actor had furthermore contested the Delhi Assembly elections on Aam Aadmi Celebration tag in 2013.

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