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Anupam Kher couldn’t hold back tears as he carried the body of longtime friend Satish Kaushik into the ambulance.

Veteran Bollywood actor and director Satish Kaushik died of a heart attack on Thursday morning.

According to Indian media, Satish Kaushik suffered a fatal heart attack while traveling in a car in New Delhi, he was 66 years old.

The news of Satish Kaushik’s death was first reported by Bollywood actor and Satish’s close friend Anupam Kher through his tweet.

Anupam Kher tweeted, “I know death is the last reality in this world, but I never dreamed that I would write this about my best friend one day, after 45 years of friendship.” Suddenly full stop, life will never be the same without you Satish!’.

Anupam Kher couldn’t hold back tears while carrying the dead body of his long-time friend Satish Kaushik in an ambulance after his 45-year-old friend left this world.

In videos that went viral on social media, Satish Kaushik’s body was taken in an ambulance to be cremated in Mumbai on Thursday.

On this occasion, Anupam Kher was also sitting in the ambulance along with the dead body of Vast Satish Kaushik, during which he became emotional and tears were constantly dripping from his eyes.

The death of Satish Kaushik was mourned by the entire Indian film industry, many Bollywood personalities also attended the last rites of the actor.

It should be noted that Satish Kaushik was an Indian actor, comedian, screenwriter, director and producer. Born on 13 April 1956 in Haryana, he worked in theaters before making his Bollywood debut.

Satish Kaushik received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Kalender in the 1987 super hit film Mr. India. Additionally, he won the Filmfare Best Comedian Award for Anil Kapoor’s Ram Lakhan in 1990 and Sajan Chale Sasral in 1997.

Talking about direction, Satish Kaushik has directed Roop Ki Rani Choru Ka Raja, Prem, Hum Aap Dil Mein Rahe Hai and Salman’s hit Tere Naam.

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