Akhil Mishra was an Indian veteran Bollywood actor who recently passed away, check out cause of death, bio, age, wife name, career, and more below
Akhil played one of his most iconic roles as Librarian Dubey in the 2009 blockbuster “3 Idiots.”
Actor Akhil Mishra passed away in accident, death reason, biography, age, wife name, movies list, net worth
— RVCJ Movies (@rvcjmovies) September 21, 2023
How is it even possible?
Renowned actor Akhil Mishra @akhillmishraa left us? Was looking forward to meet him in my next Mumbai visit.
— Sabloktantra (@SabLokTantra) September 21, 2023
The veteran actor’s sudden demise has left the entire film industry and Bollywood fans in mourning.
Cause of death
According to reports, the veteran actor slipped and fell while working in his kitchen, causing critical injuries. Mishra was reportedly found unconscious on the floor before being rushed to the hospital. However, he eventually succumbed to his injuries. Mishra’s body is currently under postmortem.
Akhil Mishra bio
Akhil Mishra was an Indian film and television actor who was born on 22 July 1965, in India. The veteran Bollywood actor just recently passed away on 21 September 2023 after succumbing to some injuries from a fall. Throughout his career, he has worked on films like Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, 3 Idiots, Gandhi, My Father and television serials such as Pradhanmantri.
At the time of his death, the Akhil was 67 years old.
Akhil Mishra movies and career
Akhil Mishra had a successful acting career in Bollywood with his most memorable role undoubtedly being in “3 Idiots.” Aside from that movie, he also carved a named for himself in with impressive performances in movies like “Don,” “My Father,” “Kamla ki Maut,” “Well Done Abba,” and “Gandhi.”
Aside from movies, he also made his mark on popualr television series’ like “Uttaran,” “Udaan,” “Shrimaan,” “Hatim,” and “CID.” Following his second marriage with Suzanne Bernert, the pair featured together in both small and big screen projects. The pair acted together in “Karm,” Door Darshan’s drama “Mera Dil Deewana,” and “Majnu ki Juliet” (2019), a short film which Mishra directed himself. He had a net worth of $1-5 million.
Akhil was previously married to Manju Mishra from 1983 to 1997. He later got married to his present German wife Suzanne Bernert on 2009. The couple got married around February 2009 and later reaffirmed their commitment through a Hindu ritual in September 2011. Following the tragic death, Suzanne, who was in Hyderabad for a shoot at the time of his death expressed her sorrow, stating:
My heart is broken, and my second half is gone.”
Suzanne fondly recalled how in the past, Akhil Mishra went out of his way to help her learn Hindi. He did it even at the risk of his career and other professional commitments.