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A Bollywood actress and costume designer, Simple Kapadia made her acting debut in 1977 at the age of 18 by playing the role of Sumitha Mathur in the film Anurodh, with her brother-in-law, actor Rajesh Khanna. Her career as an actress spanned for almost 10 years. After starring in more than 20 movies, her final role was a special dance number for the movie Parakh in 1987.
The actress later shifted her career and became a costume designer, and designed for actors including Tabu, Amrita Singh, Sridevi and Priyanka Chopra. The actress also won a National Award for her costume design in Rudaali in 1994. But later, the actress was ill for quite some time and breathed her last on November 10, 2009.
The popular TV actor, who had acted in shows like Kkusum and Pyaar Ka Dard Hai and in Farhan Akhtar's 2004 film Lakshya, died of a cardiac arrest while working out at a suburban gym in 2013. He was 34.
The Rasna girl, who won hearts for her role as Auro's (Amitabh Bachchan) friend in the film Paa, died in a plane crash in Nepal in 2012. In a cruel twist of fate, she lost her life on her birthday. She was 14.
The bespectacled comedian, whose funny antics in Shrimaan Shrimati made the show among the most popular ones in the Doordarshan era, Kanakia also did bit roles in Khoobsurat and Hum Saath Saath Hain in which his comedy was appreciated. For someone who made us laugh, Kanakia died a cruelly painful death, succumbing to pancreatic cancer in 1999. He was 46.
A popular actress from the south, she was the female lead opposite Amitabh Bachchan in the 1999 Hindi film Sooryavansham and was appreciated for her work. Soundarya, who was pregnant, was killed in a plane crash while campaigning for a political party in 2004. She was 31.
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