Rasik Dave, a famous Indian actor, died of kidney failure on Friday at the age of 65 in Mumbai. Rasik, who used to be married to the actor Ketki Dave, has been getting dialysis for the past two years, a source says. His funeral is likely to take place this coming Saturday. Rasik has also been in a number of Gujarati dramas and movies, in addition to Hindi TV shows.
Both Ketki, who became famous for her role as Daksha in the TV show Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, and Rasik were well-known in the Gujarati film and theatre industry and had been in other TV shows. The TV show Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi made Ketki famous. Reports say that the couple ran a theatre business in Gujarati. Raski’s first role was in the Gujarati movie Putra Vadhu, which came out in 1982.
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The late actor was best known for playing Karsandas Dhansukhlal Vaishnav on the TV show Sanskaar: Dharohar Apnon Ki. In the 1980s, he played the role of Nand in the epic TV show Mahabharat, which was the first time it was shown on TV. Rasik and Ketki also took part in the 2006 season of Nach Baliye, a reality TV show about dancing.
An article in Etimes said that Rasik had kidney problems and had been getting dialysis for the past couple of years. Rasik’s last month was very painful because his kidneys kept getting worse. Rasik will only leave behind his wife, Ketki, and their two children, a son and a daughter.
On social media, people who were sad about the star’s death said nice things about him or her. “The magic of Gujarati theatre has been lost,” someone wrote on Twitter. Rasik, brother, we’re going to miss you. On Twitter, someone else wrote, “Prayers for the departed soul’s ultimate peace.” In response to a comment made on a paparazzi account’s post about Rasik’s death, someone said, “May his soul rest in peace.”
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