Death of Chhota Amar Chaudhary from Salman’s Ready film, discussion that no lockdown treatment will take place
New Delhi: The actor Mohit Baghel, who played Chhote Amar Chaudhary in Salman Khan’s film Ready and made his debut in showbiz with the comedy show ‘Chhote Mian’, died of cancer. He was just 27 years old. This news was confirmed by the author and director of Comedy Circus and Raj Shandilya, director of ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’. According to Raj’s tweet, there is a wave of sadness throughout Bollywood.
The discussion about lack of treatment for lockdown is intensified
The whole city is saddened by the death of the comedian Mohit Baghel, who left the small town of Mathura in UP and rocked his talent in Mayanagari Mumbai. There are also discussions in the city about the death of this artist, who lost the struggle for life at the age of 27, that Mohit could not get the right treatment in the lock due to the Corona virus. Cancer Mohit was treated in a hospital in Noida. But for the past few days he’s been at his home in Mathura.
Refused to enroll in the hospital
Mohit Baghel’s health suddenly deteriorated this morning after 10 a.m. The family immediately reached the Nayati hospital with Mohit. Family members claim that the hospital refused to accept Mohit. After that, Mohit’s condition began to deteriorate. Family members said Mohit Baghel’s life could have been saved if the treatment had been given at the right time in the hospital. Today his friend and friend, who knows the comedian Mohit in Mathura, is heartbroken. A friend of Mohit’s said his life was lost due to lack of treatment.
Everyone is shocked by the sudden death of Mohit Baghel. Let me tell you, from Mohit to the small to the large screen, I found my identity in a very short time. He even shared the screen with Salman Khan in the film Ready. Mohit played the powerful character of Chhoti Amar Chaudhary in Ready.
Was interested in acting since childhood
Mohit Baghel was born on June 7, 1993 in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. He was interested in acting since childhood, so he took part in plays and debates at school. She made her acting debut in 2011 with Salman Khan with the film Ready. He also starred in the film ‘Uma’ alongside Jimmy Shergill, Sanjay Mishra, Om Puri.