Director-Producer Kshamanidhi Mishra Passes Away

Story Highlights
  • Aged 51 Kshamanidhi Mishra, was battling undisclosed illness from a long time.
  • CM Baghel and celebrities from the Chollywood industry and the TV Industry extend condolences.
  • Mishra was famous for films Auto Wale Bhanto and Bhanwar.

Raipur: Multitalented artist of the Chollywood industry Kshamanidhi Mishra aged 51 passed away on Saturday morning. It is being reported that the director, cum producer and actor was unwell for a long time and lost the battle to his illness on Saturday.  

Kshamanidhi began his journey in the Chollywood industry in 2000 with his first production ‘Mar Chhaiha Bhuiyan’ in which he had also done a cameo. Kshamanidhi became well known in recent years with his directorship in film Auto Wale Bhanto and Bhanwar in 2016 and 2018 respectively. Apart from directing and producing, Kshamanidhi was also a versatile singer. He had named several shows to himself where masses would gather in Raipur to dance to his tunes. The Chollywood industry mourns the loss of such a talent as tributes poured in from celebrities. The Television industry also condoled the loss of a seasoned director who helmed several shows on the vernacular platform. CM Baghel also extended condolences through his Twitter handle.

Kshamanidhi had also tried his hands in Bollywood, where he played a minuscule role in Aamir Khan starrer Ghajini. Some of the famous works by the deceased artist include ‘Mar Dularwa’, Ledga Number One’, ‘Auto Wale Bhanto’ and Bhanwar

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