‘I don’t want to die, save me’, Satish Kaushik’s manager remembers his last words

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New Delhi: The sudden death of Satish Kaushik has shocked the entire nation. The veteran actor and director passed away due to a heart attack on March 9, 2023, while he was traveling in a car in Delhi. Satish had gone to attend a Holi party organized by a friend where he complained of uneasiness in his chest. Satish Kaushik’s manager Santosh Rai who was with him on that fateful night in Delhi is now remembering his last words and his last moments.

Satish Kaushik’s manager told his last words

Recalling that night, Satish Kaushik’s manager told The Times of India that he was sleeping in his room in a Delhi hotel when Satish started calling his name at 12.05 am. Santosh said, “At 12:05 pm, he started calling my name loudly. I came running and asked him, “What happened sir? Why are you shouting? He told me, “Listen, I am having trouble breathing. Please take me to the doctor.”

Talking about what happened in the car, Santosh said, “As soon as we got into the car and moved a little further, his chest pain increased and he said, “Hurry up to the hospital. Then he put his head on my shoulder and said, “Santosh, I don’t want to die, take me baby.” He was unconscious when we entered the hospital.”

Satish Kaushik was a sea of ​​acting

Satish Kaushik was an Indian actor, comedian, screenwriter, director and producer. He worked in theater before getting his break in Bollywood. As a film actor, Satish Kaushik is best known as Calendar in the 1987 superhero film, Mr. India, as Pappu Pager in Deewana Mastana (1997) and as Chanu Ahmed in the British film Brick Lane (2007), directed by Sara. He was known for his roles. Satish Kaushik also won the Filmfare Award for Best Comedian in 1990 for Ram Lakhan and in 1997 for Saajan Chale Sasural.

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