The last rites of art director of Bollywood Nitin Desai is scheduled to be held on August 4. Notably, the prominent name of the Bollywood industry died at the age of 57. Nitin Desai was found hanging at his apartment in Maharashtra. The police suspected it to be a case of suicide. Furthermore, upon hearing the demise of Nitin Desai, the Bollywood fraternity mourned the death and expressed condolences.
Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurana's father Pandit P Khurana passed away on May 19. According to sources, Pandit P Khurana was undergoing treatment at Fortis Hospital, Mohali, Punjab, two days ago due to his heart disease, and took his last breath during treatment. His last rites will be held at Manimajra cremation ground in Chandigarh at 5.30 pm. Well, Aparshati Khurrana's spokesperson dropped an official statement in this regard.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit Chandigarh, to pay the last respect to S Prakash Singh Badal. Notably, after a prolonged illness, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader and five times Punjab CM Prakash Singh Badal (95,) passed away, on April 25. Political leaders like Rahul Gandhi, K Chandrashekar Rao and other paid tribute and expressed condolences to Prakash Singh Badal.
The last rites of Mulayam Singh Yadav, the former CM of Uttar Pradesh is scheduled to be held on October 11. The funeral will be held in the Samajwadi Party (SP) founder's native village, Saifai, said sources. Moreover, the cremation of the late leader, at 3:00 pm, is expected to be attended by VVIPs and political leaders. "The body will be brought to the 'pandal' for the last 'darshan.
Tollywood Superstar Mahesh Babu's mother Indra Devi passed away in the wee hours of September 29, confirmed the actor in a tweet. The last rites of Indra Devi (70) will be held at Maha Prasthanam, Hyderabad. Ahead of funeral, the mortal remains of Babu's mother will be kept at Padmalaya Studios from 9 am to 12 pm, for fans and celebrities to pay their last tribute.
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Indian veteran comic Raju Srivastava, who passed away on September 21, had a funeral ceremony on September 22. According to reports, Raju Srivastava's mortal remains was cremated in Delhi. The funeral took place at 9:30 am in the presence of his wife Shikha and children Ayushmaan and Antara. Notably, after days of treatment and being on a ventilator at AIIMS Delhi, the comedian passed away.
AP IT Minister Mekapati Goutham Reddy's last rites were held on February 23, at 11:30 am. The 50-year-old YSRCP Minister recently passed away due to a cardiac arrest. He was cremated at Mekapati Engineering College at Udayagiri, Nellore district, with full state honours. The final rites were held after a funeral procession, attended by his family, YSRCP Ministers, TDP leaders and AP CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
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Last rites of Lata Mangeshkar is being processed with full state honours, in Mumbai, on February 6. Funeral was scheduled at 6:30, at Shivaji Park. Political leaders and film celebrities gathered to pay their tribute to the "Nightingale of India". PM Narendra Modi also flew to Mumbai to pay tribute to Mangeshkar, who died of multi organ failure and post COVID-19 complications today morning. Meanwhile, Maharashtra Government announced two-days… read-more
The last rites of CDS General Bipin Rawat is being performed on December 10 in Delhi. Earlier, the funeral procession was headed to Brar Square Crematorium. Indian political leaders, military commandos of Nepal, Srilanka, Bhutan, and Bangladesh took part in the procession, followed by a funeral at 4:00 P.M. Mr. Rawat, Wife Madhulika Rawat and 11 others died in Tami Nadu plane crash on December 8.
In an unusual event, Bollywood actor-TV presenter Mandira Bedi was witnessed performing the last rites of her husband, Raj Kaushal. As per the Hindu tradition, these rituals are usually performed by a son or any male member of the family. The 49-year-old filmmaker passed away due to cardiac arrest on June 30. However, Kaushal is survived by two children and a wife, Mandira Bedi.
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