Indian movie stars died at 35

Here are 4 famous actors from India died at 35:

Shankar Nag

Shankar Nag (November 9, 1954 Honnavar-September 30, 1990 Davangere) a.k.a. Shankar Nagarkatti, Auto Raja, Karate King, Shankar Anna, Shankar Nagarkatte or Shankar Nagarakatte was an Indian actor, film director, screenwriter and film producer. He had one child, Kavya Nag.

He died caused by traffic collision.

Shankar Nag was born in Honnavar, a town in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. He began his career in the film industry as an assistant director and went on to act in several hit movies in Kannada cinema. He also acted in Hindi and English movies, including the critically acclaimed film, "Gandhi" (1982).

Apart from his successful acting career, Shankar Nag was known for his talent as a director and producer. He directed and acted in the film "Ondanondu Kaladalli" (1978) which became a cult classic in Kannada cinema. He went on to direct several other successful films, including "Minchina Ota" (1981) and "Janma Janmada Anubandha" (1980).

Shankar Nag was also instrumental in promoting and popularizing theatre in the state of Karnataka. He founded the drama company 'Sanket' which produced several plays in Kannada. In addition, he was actively involved in social and environmental causes and was a campaigner for road safety.

Tragically, Shankar Nag died in a car accident at the young age of 35 in Davangere, Karnataka. He continues to be remembered as one of the most talented and versatile actors and filmmakers in Kannada cinema.

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Y. G. Parthasarathy

Y. G. Parthasarathy (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1980) a.k.a. Yechan Gunja Parthasarathy or Y.G.P. was an Indian playwright and actor. He had one child, Y. G. Mahendra.

Y. G. Parthasarathy was born on June 25, 1916, in Tamil Nadu, India. He started his career as a lawyer but soon found his passion for theatre and acting. He founded the famous drama troupe, United Amateur Artists (UAA), which produced plays that were socially and politically relevant. Y.G.P's plays were known for their wit, humour, and satire, and he was considered one of the pioneers of modern Tamil theatre. He acted in more than 100 films and was known for his iconic roles in movies like Thillana Mohanambal and Navarathri. Y.G.P was also actively involved in politics and was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu. He passed away on April 5, 1980, leaving behind a legacy in the world of theatre and cinema.

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Raju Ananthaswamy

Raju Ananthaswamy (April 19, 1973-January 17, 2009 Bangalore) also known as Raju Ananthaswami was an Indian actor, playback singer, composer, music director and singer.

He was born in Bangalore and developed an early interest in music, eventually becoming a prominent figure in the Kannada music industry. Raju Ananthaswamy is known for his soulful renditions, particularly in the genres of devotional and folk music. He began his career as a playback singer in the 1990s and quickly became known for his distinctive voice and musical style. In addition to his work in music, Ananthaswamy was also a respected actor, appearing in several Kannada films throughout his career. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 35 due to liver damage, leaving a lasting legacy in the music industry.

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P. U. Chinnappa

P. U. Chinnappa (May 5, 1916 Pudukkottai state-September 23, 1951 Chennai) also known as Pudukkottai Ulaganathan Pillai Chinnappa, Pudukottai Ulaganathan Chinnaswamy Pillai, Pudukottai Ulaganathan Chinnappa or Nadigar Mannar was an Indian actor and singer. He had one child, P. U. C. Raja Bahadur.

P. U. Chinnappa was a prominent actor in the Tamil film industry, and is best known for his roles in films like "Malaikkallan", "Veera Kesari", and "Manthiri Kumari". He was also a talented singer, and lent his voice to several songs in his films. Chinnappa was known for his dynamic performances and his ability to bring depth and realism to his characters. He had a strong stage presence and was equally adept at playing both villainous and heroic roles. Sadly, his career was cut short when he died at the young age of 35 due to a heart attack. Despite his premature death, he remains a beloved figure in Tamil cinema, and is remembered for his contributions to the industry.

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