Mumbai: Hindi film actor Narendra Jha, who was featured in many films like Haider and Raees, lost his life early on Wednesday due to a heart attack. If reports are to be believed, Jha was in Wada as he needed some rest after he suffered a minor attack a few days ago. "He had no health issues and last night (Tuesday) he was fine".
Narendra was at his farmhouse in Nanegaon, Maharashtra, when he complained of chest pain, the actor's driver told IANS.
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Born in Bihar's Madhubani area, Narendra Jha's acting career began way back in 1992 when he enrolled in SRCC acting diploma course after his post graduation in history from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).
Jha has been in the industry for more than two decades now, but got his recognition only recently with films like Vishal Bhardwaj's "Haider", Hrithik Roshan's "Mohenjo Daro", Vidya Balan-Emraan Hashmi's "Hamari Adhuri Kahaani", Sunny Deol's "Ghayal Once Again" and John Abraham's "Force 2". Narendra was also signed up for the upcoming Salman Khan-starrer Race 3. He was also a part of Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor's ambitious project, Saaho, which is progressing at brisk pace in the direction of Sujeeth Reddy. Narendra was a popular face in films as well as TV.
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His colleagues were shocked by his sudden demise.
CINTAA tweeted confirming the news of the actor's death this morning. He was a lovely human being. Rahul Dholakia, who directed Raees, tweeted: "Gosh!" Tragic. Shocking. Musa bhai no more??
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