Udayavni Special

Noted Sandalwood comic actor Bullet Prakash dies


Team Udayavani, Apr 6, 2020, 5:23 PM IST

Bengaluru: Bullet Prakash (44), who has acted in more than 300 Kannada movies mostly as a comic sidekick, passed away on April 6.

He was admitted to city’s Fortis Hospital on Sunday, April 5 and was kept in the Intensive care unit there.

Prakash has been suffering from kidney and liver related ailments and is reported to have succumed to liver failure.

Top News

Lockdown is India’s ‘success’, Rahul making ‘wrong’ statements, says BJP

‘Wild Karnataka’: Prakash Raj, Rishabh Shetty to narrate documentary

Karnataka: Hotels and restaurants to open in few days

COVID-19: 3 Qatar returnees in DK, 3 Maha returnees in Udupi test positive; state toll rises to 2282

Cyclone Amphan a blessing in disguise for lockdown-hit jobless labourers in West Bengal

COVID-19 death toll in India climbs to 4,167

WHO suspends COVID-19 trials of HCQ over safety issues

Related Articles More

‘Wild Karnataka’: Prakash Raj, Rishabh Shetty to narrate documentary

Ramanath Rai apprise DC of illegal sand extraction in Bantwal, demands action against culprits

Delivery of rations at fair price shops even to those without ration cards: K. Gopalaiah

Karnataka: Hotels and restaurants to open in few days

Against right to freedom of movement: DKShi on Yogi’s plan for permission from state to hire local workers

MUST WATCH

Tragedy and chaos: Former MIA director recalls Mangalore Air Crash

Lockdown relaxation: Long queues outside liquor stores in Mangaluru

Indian Coast Guard thank Covid-19 warriors

#WeFeed – Feeding stray animals during lockdown!

Mysuru-origin doctor honoured with parade for her service in treating COVID-19 patients in US

Latest Additions

Top Army commanders to deliberate on situation in Eastern Ladakh

Woman constable commits suicide in Ludhiana

Europe’s first ‘COVID-free’ country Montenegro to open borders, but not to Serbia

India’s Tiktok rival app Mitron logged over 5 million installs in one month

Lockdown is India’s ‘success’, Rahul making ‘wrong’ statements, says BJP

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.