Indian Cinema has seen of some of the best ever-green actors with brilliantly versatile talents. One of the powerful names which consciously strikes my mind when I talk about Indian villains and various Marathi film actors is, Sadashiv Amrapurkar. The senior actor was under treatment for lung infection and was hospitalized at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital. The actor passed away on Monday morning.
Remember Ajay Devgan’s bad ass father in the movie Ishq? Sadashiv Amrapurkar had molded the character in such a way that we all had thoroughly enjoyed watching him along with his punchy sense of humor. Along with Hindi Cinema, Sadashiv was also known for his bold roles and performances in various Marathi films and plays. Some of his well-known films include, Aankhein, Ishq, Coolie No1, Gupt along with the latest hit Bombay Talkies. Sadashiv has given us a memoir of some splendid and rocking performances across all genres.
Born and brought up in a typical Mahrashtrian Brahmin family, Sadashiv showed a keen interested in Theatres since his college days. He was always socially inclined towards philanthropy and had worked vigorously for the betterment of less fortunate people. We at The Royale, pay a tribute to this multi-talented veteran actor, as we have surely lost a gem of a person in Indian Cinema.