The 62-year-old well-known Marathi actor died after suffering from breathing problems
Vinay Apte, who has worked with Madhur Bhandarkar in several projects died today because of breathing problems. "Apte was suffering from breathing problem and he passed away yesterday (Saturday) evening," said a source. A well-known name in Marathi movies, theatre and the television world, Apte started his acting career in 1974 with Marathi theatre and later graduated to direction. Mitrachi Goshta, written by well-known Marathi playwright Vijay Tendulkar, was the first play directed by him.
He also featured in Marathi moives such as Mohaan Aawatey, Aai Shappath and Jogwa. In Bollywood, Apte is known for his roles in Madhur Bhandarkar's Chandni Bar and Raajneeti, among others. Mourning his death, Bhandarkar tweeted that he was "shocked and shattered" after the untimely demise of Vinay Apte.
"Vinay had worked with me in Chandni Bar, Corporate and Traffic Signal," wrote the filmmaker. Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee described Apte's death as a massive loss. He too took to Twitter to express grief and wrote: "Oh god! Just heard that famous theatre and film actor Vinay Apteji is no more. May his family get all the strength to bear this massive loss!" Apte is survived by his wife and son.
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