Salman Khan’s Co-star from Wanted Movie Inder Kumar Passes Away Due to Heart Attack In Mumbai

Wanted movie actor Inder Kumar passed away early Friday morning. He was just 43 years old. Inder Kumar who was seen in Salman Khan’s movie Wanted, passed away in his residence at 2 am on Friday Morning. From Tv serials to Bollywood movies, Inder Kumar has played many characters.

Reason of Death Of Actor Inder Kumar

Inder Kumar was 43 years old. He suffered from a heart attack at his residence in Four Bungalow, Andheri. He died at 2 am Friday morning. The reason of the death of Inder Kumar is Heart Attack. Cremation of Inder Kumar will be at 4 pm at Yaari Road Shamshaan Bhoomi.

Inder Kumar – Well Known Actor

Inder Kumar was born on 26 Agust 1973. He was known for his supporting roles in Bollywood films like Wanted, Paying Guests, Agnipath and Tumko Na Bhool Payenge. These days, He was busy in shooting of his upcoming film movie Phat Padi Hai Na Yaar.

In his whole career, Inder Kumar had worked in 21 movies and currently was working for a movie too. Inder Kumar popular role was in Movie Wanted and in Tumko Naa Bhool Payenge with Salman Khan. He was also seen with Akshay Kumar in movie Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi. These are the movies of Inder Kumar, Massom, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, Ek Tha Dil Ek Thi Dhadkan, Ghoonghat, Dandnayak, Tirchhi Topiwale, Kunwara, Baaghi, Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaye, Gaja Gamini, Maa Tuje Salaam, Hathyar, Maseeha, Agnipath, Aryan, paying Guests, wanted, Yeh Dooriyan.

Inder Kumar was also seen in Popular TV Show Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. He played a character of Mihir Virani in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi.

In 2014, Inder Kumar was accused by a 25 year model of raping in 2014. A case was registered against Inder Kumar for this allegations. He was arrested too and in June 2014 he gets a bail.



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