Indian movie actors deceased in Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome

Here are 6 famous actors from India died in Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome:

Yash Chopra

Yash Chopra (September 27, 1932 Lahore-October 21, 2012 Mumbai) also known as Yash, Shri Yash Chopra, S. Chopra, Yash Uncle or Yash Raj Chopra was an Indian film director, film producer, screenwriter and actor. He had two children, Uday Chopra and Aditya Chopra.

Yash Chopra began his career in the Indian film industry as an assistant director in the early 1950s, and soon worked his way up to directing his own films. His first film as a director was Dhool Ka Phool (1959), which was a critical and commercial success. Over the years, he directed several blockbuster films such as Deewar (1975), Kabhi Kabhie (1976), Silsila (1981), Chandni (1989), Dil To Pagal Hai (1997), and Veer-Zaara (2004).

In 1973, Yash Chopra established his own production house, Yash Raj Films, which has produced some of the biggest hits in Hindi cinema. Yash Raj Films is credited with introducing the concept of financing films through advance sales of music and satellite rights, a practice that has now become standard in the Indian film industry.

Yash Chopra was known for his romantic films and his ability to capture the beauty of foreign locales on camera. He was often referred to as the "King of Romance" in Indian cinema. He was the recipient of several awards, including six National Film Awards and 11 Filmfare Awards. In 2005, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third-highest civilian award, for his contribution to Indian cinema.

Yash Chopra passed away in 2012 at the age of 80, leaving behind a rich legacy in Indian cinema. His films continue to be watched and adored by audiences around the world.

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Cochin Haneefa

Cochin Haneefa (April 22, 1951 Kochi-February 2, 2010 Chennai) also known as Muhammed Haneefa, Cochin Hanifa, Hanifa Kochin, Cochin Haniffa, Cochin Hanif, V.M.C. Hanifa, Kochin Haneefa, VMC Haneefa, Salim Ahmed Ghoush, V. M. C. Haneefa or Haneefa was an Indian actor, film director and screenwriter. His children are called Safa Haneefa and Marwa Haneefa.

Cochin Haneefa began his career in the film industry as a writer, scripting the movie Nayaru pidicha pulivalu which was directed by Thampi Kannanthanam. He made his acting debut in the Malayalam film industry in the late 1970s with the movie Uthrada Raathri. He acted in over 300 films in Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu languages. He was known for his impeccable comic timing and supporting roles in movies. Haneefa also directed and penned the screenplay for the Malayalam film "Junction" in 2000. He won several awards for his acting including the Tamil Nadu State Award for Best Comedian for the movie "Indian" in 1997. He passed away in 2010 due to multiple organ failure.

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Gummadi Venkateswara Rao

Gummadi Venkateswara Rao (July 9, 1928 Ravikampadu-January 26, 2010 Hyderabad) also known as Gummadi Venkatheshwara Rao, Ghamadi, Venkateswara Rao Gummadi, Gummadi or Sree Gummadi Venkateswara Rao was an Indian actor.

He predominantly worked in Telugu cinema and appeared in about 550 films in a career spanning over five decades. Gummadi started his acting career in the 1950s with the film Chandirani and went on to become one of the most sought-after character actors in Telugu cinema. He is best known for his portrayal of fatherly roles and played important characters in iconic films like Mayabazar, Gundamma Katha, and Bhaakta Prahlada. Gummadi received numerous awards and honors for his contribution to Indian cinema including the prestigious Padma Shri award in 1988. He was also a philanthropist and actively supported humanitarian causes.

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K. S. Ashwath

K. S. Ashwath (May 25, 1925 Holenarasipura-January 18, 2010 Mysore) a.k.a. Subbarao Aswath Narayana, Soorat Ashwath, Ashwath, Chammayya Meshtru, Dr. K. S. Ashwath, Karaganahalli Subbaraya Ashwathanarayana, Aswath or K.S. Ashwath was an Indian actor and stenographer. His children are called Shankar Ashwath, Nagarathna Ashwath, Subbukrishna Ashwath and Vijaya Murthy.

K.S. Ashwath was born in Holenarasipura, a town in the Hassan district of the Indian state of Karnataka. He started his career as a stenographer and then moved to the film industry where he made a name for himself as an actor. He acted in over 370 movies in the Kannada, Tamil and Telugu languages, spanning a career of more than four decades.

Apart from acting, K.S. Ashwath was also a skilled singer and lyricist. He has sung several devotional and patriotic songs and also wrote lyrics for a few songs. He was honored with the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the movie Kula Gowrava (1971).

K.S. Ashwath was known for his versatility and was equally adept at playing both positive and negative roles. He was often referred to as “Chammayya Meshtru” due to his portrayal of the character in the movie Chammayya (1963). He passed away in 2010 in Mysore at the age of 84.

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Vinay Apte

Vinay Apte (June 17, 1951 Mumbai-December 7, 2013 Mumbai) was an Indian actor, film director, playwright, film producer and television presenter.

He started his career in theatre and then went on to act in Marathi and Hindi films. Some of his notable performances in Hindi films include "Satya", "Joggers' Park", "Kurukshetra", and "Chandni Bar". He also acted in a few popular television series like "Viraasat", "Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki" and "Adaalat". Apte was not only a talented actor but also a writer and director. He wrote and directed the Marathi film "Bioscope" which was critically acclaimed. In addition to acting, he also worked as a dubbing artist for various international films in Marathi. Sadly, Apte passed away in 2013 due to a heart attack, leaving behind a legacy of amazing performances and contributions to the Indian entertainment industry.

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Amanchi Venkata Subrahmanyam

Amanchi Venkata Subrahmanyam (January 2, 1957 Tenali-November 8, 2013 Manikonda) a.k.a. A.V.S. Subramanyam, A.V.S. or AVS was an Indian actor, comedian, journalist, film producer and film director.

He started his career as a journalist but soon found his passion in acting and comedy. He made his debut in the Telugu film industry with the movie "Jandhyala Rasina Prema Katha" in 1986 and went on to act in over 500 films in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi languages.

Besides acting, he directed and produced several Telugu movies and was known for his witty and humorous dialogues. AVS was awarded the Nandi Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the movie "Vinodam" in 1996.

Apart from his acting career, he was also a philanthropist and started a charitable trust named AVS Foundation to help the underprivileged. He passed away in 2013 at the age of 56 due to liver failure. AVS is remembered as a versatile actor and a pioneer of comedy in Telugu cinema.

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