Actor Akhil Mishra has tragically passed away, leaving his family in deep sorrow, know more about his wife Suzanne Bernert, her age and marriage
He is survived by his wife, the accomplished actress Suzanne Bernert.
Who is actress Suzanne Bernert 2nd wife of Akhil Mishra, biography, age, husband, child, marriage and movies list
You were immensely talented, bollywood did not give you enough work and that was there loss.
— AKTK (@AKTKbasics) September 21, 2023
Suzanne Bernert, a German actress who has made India her home since 2005, when she began her journey in Indian cinema and television. This talented star is not only multilingual, with fluency in French, Italian, English, Spanish, Hindi, Marathi, and Bengali, but also a versatile actor.
In February 2009, she tied the knot with the late actor Akhil Mishra. Suzanne has graced the silver screen in nearly 20 films, including notable works like “Ramdhanu – The Rainbow,” “Love Recipe,” “The Accidental Prime Minister,” “No Problem,” and “In The Name Of Tai.”
She has also left her mark in the realm of television, featuring in various shows, including the historical series “Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat” on Colors TV, where she portrayed the role of Queen Helena. She doesn’t have any children.
Born: 26 September 1982 (age 40 years), Detmold, Germany
Spouse: Akhil Mishra (m. 2009)
Parents: Michael, Monika
On September 21, 2023, news broke of the untimely demise of Suzanne’s husband, Akhil Mishra, following a tragic accident. Reports suggest that he met with an accident in the kitchen, slipping from a stool and sustaining injuries that led to his hospitalization. Despite the efforts of medical professionals, he was declared deceased. It is known that Akhil had been grappling with serious blood pressure-related ailments, which might have contributed to his untimely passing.
Sources have confirmed that his last rites are scheduled for today (September 21, 2023) at Indralok, near Golden Nest.
Akhil, born in 1965, had an illustrious career in both films, including works like “Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi” and “Gandhi, My Father,” as well as television, where he notably appeared in the show “Pradhanmantri.” However, he was best recognized for his role in “3 Idiots.”
Suzanne, mourning her husband’s loss, expressed her grief to the Indian Express, saying, “I am heartbroken. My other half is no longer with us.” Earlier in 2023, she had shared how Akhil had put his career on hold to support her in learning Hindi, enabling her to secure better roles in films.
Speaking again with the media she further stated that “All the characters that I played were foreigners who needed an accent.
“Fluency suddenly became an issue with my show Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat, as I needed to be perfect, and my husband gave all his time and put his career on hold to help me on a daily basis to speak shudh Hindi.”
Our deepest condolences with the family and loved ones of Akhil Mishra. May his departed soul rest in peace!