Arvind Trivedi As ‘Ravan’ In Ramayan Passes Away At 82 Due To Heart Attack

Arvind Trivedi As ‘Ravan’ In Ramayan Passes Away At 82 Due To Heart Attack

Veteran actor Arvind Trivedi, who played the character of ‘Ravan’ in Ramanand Sagar’s TV show Ramayan, passed away in Mumbai on Tuesday night due to heart attack at the age of 82.

Arvind’s co actors Arun Govil (Ram), Sunil Lahri (Lakshman) and Dipika Chikhlia (Sita) took to their social media and showed their grievances for the late actor’s demise.

Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi also shows deep condolences to the family and friends.

Moreover, Arvind Trivedi’s nephew Kaustubh Trivedi confirmed the news and said that the actor was suffering from age-related problems and died of a heart-attack on Tuesday night: “He was not keeping well for quite some time, but today he suffered a heart attack and that led to multi-organ failure.” As per reports, Arvind Trivedi’s funeral is scheduled for Wednesday morning.

Earlier this year, Arvind Trivedi was the subject of a death hoax when Sunil Lahri issued a clarification and said: “By God’s grace, Arvind ji is fine and I pray to God that he stays healthy.

Meanwhile, apart from Ramayan, Arvind Trivedi had been part of several popular Gujarati films and TV shows. He has acted in about 300 Hindi and Gujarati films during his 40-year long career. Besides the hugely popular Ramayan, the ace actor also acted in “Vikram Aur Betaal.”

The veteran actor also acted in several social and mythological films as well. Apart from having a successful career in the TV industry, Trivedi was also a Member of Parliament from 1991 to 1996. He was selected from the Sabarkantha constituency.

Team Kiddaan pays tribute to the late actor and  may god bless and comfort his family during this time of grief.

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