Bollywood Celebrities who suffered from cardiac issues

According to a recent study conducted by experts, the reason for the increase in heart-related diseases among the youth in India is food and lifestyle. Let us check which Bollywood celebs lost their lives due to cardiac issues.
  1. Playback Singer KK

After performing the stage show on Tuesday, famous Bollywood singer KK aka Krishna Kumar Kunnath was admitted to the hospital after his sudden health deteriorated. The doctors declared him dead after he was brought to the hospital. According to preliminary information, KK died due to cardiac arrest. People who know KK are also saying that he never used to smoke or consume alcohol. In such a situation, his loss of life due to a heart attack or cardiac arrest is a shocking case.

  1. Siddharth Shukla

Actor Siddharth Shukla, who came into the limelight with the TV serial Balika Vadhu, recently died at the age of 40 due to a heart attack. Siddharth Shukla was also the winner of the reality show Bigg Boss 13. The entire Bollywood mourned the death of Siddharth Shukla at the age of 40 due to a heart attack. Let us tell you that Siddharth Shukla was very conscious about his fitness and body. According to the news, he used to sweat in the gym for hours for good fitness and body. 

Apart from TV serials, Siddharth Shukla had also worked in films like Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, Soorma, and Monalisa. According to the information, actor Siddharth Shukla felt chest pain and discomfort in the night, after which he went to rest after taking medicine. When Siddharth did not wake up in the morning after sleeping at night, his family members took him to the hospital where the doctors declared Siddharth dead. According to reports, he died of a heart attack in the night.

  1. Raj Kaushal

A few days ago, Raj Kaushal, husband of well-known actress Mandira Bedi, also died due to a heart attack. Film producer and director Raj Kaushal was 49 years old. Lost to director Raj Kaushal on the night of 30th June

Raj Kaushal was also physically completely healthy and he did not have any kind of problem before the heart attack. People were also in shock after hearing the news of Raj Kaushal's death.

  1. Amit Mistry

Amit Mistry was a renowned theater and TV and film actor. Along with Gujarati films, he also worked in many Bollywood films. Amit Mistry also passed away earlier this year at the age of 47 due to heart-related problems. Film actor Amit had worked in Shore in the City, Saat Phero Ki Hera Pheri, Dafa 420, and most recently in the OTT show Bandish. Amit also looked very healthy and fit to look from the outside. But due to heart-related problems, he died at the age of 47. In an interview, Amit had said that he is conscious of his health but due to his lifestyle he had to face heart-related diseases

  1. Rajeev Kapoor

Rajiv Kapoor, younger brother of famous actor Rishi Kapoor, who belonged to Bollywood's famous Kapoor family, also died of a heart attack at the age of 58. On 9 February, Rajiv Kapoor suffered a heart attack after which he was taken to the hospital where he died. Although Rajiv Kapoor was 58 years old, his death due to a heart attack left the Kapoor family in shock.

  1. Saroj Khan

In the year 2020, famous choreographer Saroj Khan also had cardiac issues. Although choreographer Saroj Khan was 70 years old and she had many problems prior to this. 

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