Actor cum Criketer Dhruva Sharma no more


Team Udayavani, Aug 1, 2017, 10:47 AM IST

Bengaluru: Sandalwood Actor and Cricketer Dhruv Sharma (35), who was one of the Star Players of the Sudeep led team Karnataka Bulldozers passed away due to multiple organ failure here this morning.

The deaf and mute actor was well known for his acting skills in Kannada as well as Malyalam.

Dhruv had played cricket and represented India in the Deaf Cricket World Cup in 2005. 

He debut was Snehanjali  in Kannada (2007) and went to give more to the industry in Neenandre Ishta Kano, Bengaluru 560023, Thippajji Circle and others. He has also played roles in Malyalam Film Industry.

Dhruv apparently collapsed in his house on Saturday, following which he was rushed to hospital. Early on Tuesday morning he suffered a cardiac arrest and multiple organ failure and passed away.

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