Veteran actor Kishore Nandlaskar died on Tuesday, April 20, due to Covid-19 complications. He was 81. The actor was seen in several Marathi and Hindi movies. According to the Times of India, he was admitted to a hospital in Thane after contracting COVID-19 . The actor’s demise was confirmed by his grandson Anish Nandlaskar who stated that “he was admitted to a COVID care centre in Thane last Wednesday. He passed away today around 12.30 pm. Funeral will be held today evening”. Anish said that the actor was struggling to breathe and talk before being hospitalised. His oxygen level had also fallen significantly.
A popular figure in the Marathi film industry, Nandlaskar also worked in Hindi movies like Vaastav, Singham, Khakee, Simmba, and many more. He made his debut with the 1989 film Ina Mina Dika. His roles in Marathi movies include Dhamal Bablya Ganpyachi which released in 1990, followed by Karamati Coat in 1993, and Purna Satya in 1997. He was also seen in Ishhya in (2006), Yedyanchi Jatra (2012), and Huntash (2017). While his other notable work is Perfume, Gaon Thor Pudhari Chor, Are Soda Batali Bai, Bhavishyachi Aishi Taishi and Jara Japun Kara. His last onscreen role was in Marathi movie Miss U Miss, which released last year.Nandlaskar is survived by his wife and three sons. Ranveer, Singh , took to his Instagram Stories and shared a black-and-white picture and simply added a heartbroken emoji on the picture. His Simmba co-star Siddharth Jadhav also shared the picture and commented, "Kishor Nandlaskar Sir..Bhavpurna Shraddhanjali"