Dolly Bindra, Ayub Khan, Puneet Vashisht attend Inder Kumar's funeral ceremony in Mumbai

Dolly Bindra, Ayub Khan, Puneet Vashisht attend Inder Kumar's funeral ceremony in Mumbai

Few days ago Inder Kumar was shooting for his next film, ‘Phati Padi Hai Yaar’. He was 45.

By: || Updated: 29 Jul 2017 11:01 AM
New Delhi: Bollywood actor Inder Kumar’s final rites were held in Mumbai on Friday evening. Actors Dolly Bindra, Puneet Vashisht and Ayub Khan were seen paying homage to the 45-year-old actor at Yaari Road Shamshaam Bhoomi.

His demise had shocked his family and the film fraternity. He was known for his role in Salman Khan’s film ‘Wanted’, passed away in the wee hours of Friday.

inder new Picture taken from The YouTube video below.

The 45-year-old actor reportedly suffered a heart attack at his residence in Four Bungalows in Andheri, Mumbai. The fatal attack occurred at 2am. It is said that he was suffering from a prevailing ailment.

"It was a heart attack. It happened around 2 a.m. on Friday. He was not suffering from anything (any disease)," Raju Kariya, the father of Inder's first wife Sonal, told news agency IANS.



Inder is survived by daughter Khushi, whom he had with Sonal, and his second wife Pallavi.

"He was from Kolkata, but was born in Jaipur and has worked in (around) 20 films," Kariya said.

Inder has been a famous model during 90’s and has featured in many hit songs. He has acted in more than 20 Bollywood films. He rose to fame with Salman Khan’s film ‘Wanted’. Some of his films are ‘Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi’, ‘Agnipath’, ‘Tumko Na Bhool Payenge’.

Few days ago he was shooting for his next film, ‘Phati Padi Hai Yaar’.

Inder also entered the TV industry with Ekta Kapoor’s hit show ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’ and played the role of ‘Mihir Virani’.

Our deepest condolences are with the grieving family.

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