Arun Bali: The Veteran actor passed away today. He took his last breath in Mumbai. According to reports, he was troubled for a long time due to neuro-related illness and was admitted to the hospital only a few months ago. Arun Bali’s last film ‘Goodbye’ has been released today. He has appeared in the role of Amitabh Bachchan’s father-in-law in this film. Arun Bali has done some big films like, ‘3 Idiots’, ‘PK’, ‘Ready’, ‘Barfi’, ‘Oh My God’, ‘Kedarnath’, ‘Zameen’ and ‘Saugandh’, ‘Gentleman’, ‘Phool Aur Angare’. He is famous for performing brilliantly in many films including ‘Khalnayak’, and ‘Panipat’.
As soon as the news of Arun Bali’s death came to the fore, Bollywood stars from his fans have drowned in mourning. Fans are constantly posting about him on social media and praying for the peace of his soul.
Arun Bali was born in Lahore
Born on 23 December 1942 in Lahore, Pakistan. Arun Bali did many films and TV shows in his long career. She not only worked in Hindi films but also left an indelible mark of her acting in Telugu and Punjabi films. Arun Bali played mostly character roles in his career. He worked with all the big stars of Bollywood and ruled the hearts of the audience in different roles for a long time.
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Arun Bali’s Bollywood debut film was ‘Saugandh’, which was released in the year 1991. However, before debuting in Bollywood, Arun Bali worked in many TV shows. Arun Bali made his TV debut in the year 1989 with the TV show ‘Doosra Kewal’ (Doosra Kewal). In the same year, he was also seen in the show ‘Phir Wahi Talaash’. His character in the popular TV show ‘Neem Ka Ped’ was very much liked by Audience.
In the year 1991, he played the role of King Porus in the serial ‘Chanakya’. He played the character of Kunwar Singh in Doordarshan’s very popular show ‘Swamiman’. In the year 2000, he was offered the serial ‘Kumkum’. In this, he made his mark in every house by playing the role of Harshvardhan Wadhwa. He played important roles in TV shows like ‘Woh Rahe Wali Mahal Ki’, ‘Aahat’, ‘Shaktimaan’, ‘Mayka’, ‘Dekh Bhai Dekh’, and ‘Jai Ganesh’.