Arvind Trivedi Died: Apart from playing this iconic character of Indian television, Arvind Trivedi also played an important role in the cult TV show ‘Vikram Aur Betal’. Not only this, Arvind Trivedi also gave three decades of his acting career to Gujarati cinema.
Actor Arvind Trivedi, who played the role of Ravana in Ramanand Sagar’s ‘Ramayan’, has passed away. Arvind was 82 years old. Arvind Trivedi breathed his last in Mumbai on Tuesday night. Arvind had been ill for a long time. He had a heart attack late Tuesday night, after which his organs had stopped working. According to ETimes, this information was given by Arvind Trivedi’s nephew Kaushtubh Trivedi.
According to the report, Kaushtubh confirmed the sad news of Arvind Trivedi’s death. He said that his health was not going well for a long time, but today i.e. on Tuesday, he suffered a heart attack and due to this many of his organs stopped working. The last rites of Arvind Trivedi will be held today at the Dahanukarwadi crematorium located in Kandivali West, Mumbai.
Arvind became popular due to the strong role of Ravana
Arvind Trivedi is best known for the role of Ravana played by him in Ramayana. Arvind Trivedi played such a powerful character of Ravana that all the other actors in front of him still seem pale on TV. People still like that loud voice and the style of walking that stuttering. Whenever Ramayana comes on TV, the audience sits in front of the TV to watch their favorite Ravana. Arvind Trivedi’s character of Ravana was so popular that everyone trying to live this character like an actor is still seen in Ram Leela.
Apart from playing this iconic character of Indian television, Arvind Trivedi also played an important role in the cult TV show Vikram and Betaal. Not only this, Arvind Trivedi also gave three decades of his acting career to Gujarati cinema. Desh Re Joya Dada Pardesh Zoya is one of the most popular Gujarati movies of Arvinda. Arvind Trivedi’s brother Upendra is also a well-known name in Gujarati cinema.
Arvind Trivedi, who became famous in Bollywood by playing a negative character in films like Trimurti, was also associated with politics. Arvind became an MP from Sabarkatha in Gujarat in 1991 on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket. From 1991 to 1996, he was an MP. In 2002 and 2002, he was also appointed as the working chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification.
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