Prestigious Bengali entertainer Abhishek Chatterjee passed on today (March 24) in Kolkata. Mr Chatterjee experienced a gigantic heart failure, as per news organization PTI which cited his relatives. The 58-year-old had whined of anxiety in the stomach on Wednesday during the shooting of a true to life show and was subsequently regulated saline at his Prince Anwar Shah Road home, the relatives further said.
Manager Minister Mamata Banerjee tweeted her feelings saying, “Hopeless to be aware of the badly designed passing of our young performer Abhishek Chatterjee . Abhishek was gifted and versatile in his displays, and we will miss him. It is an inconceivable setback for TV serials and our amusement world. My feelings to his friends and family.”
The city lobby head of Kolkata Firhad Hakim in like manner tweeted saying, “Significantly tortured by the un-lucky annihilation of gifted and young performer of our Bengal amusement world #AbhishekChatterjee. A strong person both on screen and off it, he will be recalled affectionately us and his vast admirers and fans. My most significant feelings. May his soul Rest in Peace.”
Mr Chatterjee’s co-performer in a couple of movies like Sujansakhi, Lathi, Sankha Sidurer Dibbi, Rituparna Sengupta, said he had set one more benchmark in business motion pictures and will persistently remain in the hearts of groups.
Mr Chatterjee had been a backbone in the Bengali Film Industry since he made his presentation in 1986 with the film Pathbola. Throughout the span of his 35-year vocation, he worked with veteran entertainers like Utpal Dutt Sandhya Roy and Prosenjit Chatterjee. Some pf the well known movies of Mr Chatterjee are Rituparno Ghosh’s Dahan and Bariwali andTarun Majumder’s Alo.