Mandira Bedi’s husband, Raj Kaushal has passed away at the age of 49, after suffering a massive heart attack.
Filmmaker Onir, who worked with Kaushal in ‘My Brother Nikhil’ (2005) announced the news on his social media.
He said, “Gone too soon. We lost film maker and producer Raj Kaushal this morning. Very sad. He was one of the producers of my first film My Brother Nikhil. One of those few who believed in our vision and supported us. Prayers for his soul.”
Gone too soon. We lost Film maker and Producer @rajkaushal1 this morning. Very Sad. He was one of the producers of my first film #MyBrotherNikhil. One of those few who believed in our vision and supported us. Prayers for his soul. pic.twitter.com/zAitFfYrS7
— অনির Onir اونیر ओनिर he/him (@IamOnir) June 30, 2021
It’s thought that Kaushal went into cardiac arrest and before medical help arrived, he sadly breathed his last. There have been ongoing tributes to the filmmaker on social media.
One of my oldest, closest friends passes by and I can’t even be there at the funeral…can’t even see him okie last time…can’t pay my respects in person…and people think an actors job is all cushy and fun! It’s the most unenviable job in the world at times… @rajkaushal1 RIP🙏🏼
— Rohit Bose Roy (@rohitroy500) June 30, 2021
Raj , we took this picture to create more and more memories… can’t believe you are nt with us anymore … Mandira , my strong strong girl, I am at a loss of words. My heart belongs to Vir and Tara ❤️ … I’m shaken up and in shock and disbelief as I write this , RIP Raj pic.twitter.com/gC6zYQdazo
— Neha Dhupia (@NehaDhupia) June 30, 2021
Absolutely shocked to hear of #RajKaushal’s unexpected demise. Unbelievable times. He was a good man, always spreading positivity and joy. Gone too soon and suddenly. Condolences to his family and friends. Om Shanti. 🙏🏽 https://t.co/fdadSU1SMc
— Ranvir Shorey (@RanvirShorey) June 30, 2021
Today I lost a very dear friend, my condolences to his family. Known Raj Kaushal, for years, done a film with him, enjoyed every minute of his company. I have never seen a frown on his face, he was always smiling, always there if you needed him…will miss you brother… RIP. pic.twitter.com/5HpVNvxJ8r
— Arshad Warsi (@ArshadWarsi) June 30, 2021