Monday, March 21, 2011

Bob Christo passes away

Bob Christo passes away: Sway Christo, the white face of heels in Bollywood films, passed afar in Bangalore on Sunday in the vicinity of lunchtime. He was 70.

You could recollect Bob Christo as the gora baddie Mr. Wolcott whom the icon of Lord Hanuman (supported by the unobservable Anil Kapoor) thrashed so soundly in the 1987 motion picture Mr. India. In his something greater than a few decades of acting profession in Hindi pictures, Bob gave us countless an amusing flash.

Weave, an Australian, had been idle following 2003 but he made Bangalore his home. On Saturday he whimpered of midsection pain and endured a heart strike. He was raced to the Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology in Bangalore. On Sunday he perished of cardiovascular crack. As per clinic origins, one of the veins had 90 percent square.

Weave dropped in Hindi picture industry in 1980 with the picture Abdullah, steered by Sanjay Khan.

Mourning Bob's demise, Farah Ali Khan tweeted, “Received some miserable news today. Character Bob Christo who worked in my papa's picture Abdullah passed distant in Bangalore today.”

At the same time as the 23 years of his acting profession, Bob Christo acted in various pictures considering Agneepath, Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja, Qurbani, Sarfarosh and Kismat. His final function was in the lesser-known picture Aman Ke Farishtey.

Goodbye Bob. But also rest in peace.

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