Ranjit Chowdhry Office: Bollywood star of “The Office (US version)” Ranjit Chowdhry, who played Vikram’s role, has died on Wednesday at the age of 64. He died during his surgery in Mumbai Hospital.
A short introduction about Ranjit Chowdhry:
Ranjit Chowdhry was born in Mumbai (India), and he started his career in Bollywood as an actor.
Born: September 19, 1955
Died: April 15, 2020
Education: Campion School of Mumbai
Parents: Pearl Padamsee
TV shows: Cosby
He became famous for his roles in theatres and television. But his most famous role is in “The Office” of the United States version, in which he played the Vikram’s role with Michael.
timesofindia.indiatimes.com confirms that Ranjit Chowdhry lives in New York, but before some months, he visited India for his dental treatment. He decided to come back to New York on April 08, but due to the current pandemic, Ranjit stayed in India.
First, her half-sister “Raell Padamsee” declared the death news of Ranjit Chowdhry. She tweeted that all those who knew Ranjit, the last rites will be held tomorrow, while the gathering for celebrating the life of Ranjit will be on May 05.
Dolly Thakore (Indian actor) said:
Ranjit went to India intending to come back to America. However, he could not because of the lockdowns. And he also faced a burst ulcer in his digestive system for a long time and died on Wednesday during the intestine surgery.
On the Tweeter, Sanjay Gupta (@_SanjayGupta) said about the Ranjit’s death:
RIP, my dear friend Ranjit. I enjoyed working with you in KAANTE. And thanks for the joy you gave us through your performances. “Khatta Meetha” is my favorite one. Keep on smiling.
Poorna Jagannathan (Actor) said:
This person made magic from nothing, filling thin paper roles with so much profundity. I generally observed my dad when I was with him. He had the same humor, determination, and brightness. Grief struck, dear companion. RIP.
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