After failing to respond to therapy, KGF 2 actor Mohan Juneja died at the age of 54 in a private hospital in Bengaluru.
Mohan Juneja, an actor and comedian, died early Saturday morning (May 7). The KGF: Chapter 2 actor had been ill for a long time and had not responded to treatment. At Bengaluru, he died in a private hospital. He was 54 years old when he died. The actor was said to be suffering from liver problems.
Mohan appeared in nearly 100 films in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi throughout his ten-year career as a comedian. He was also recently seen in the blockbuster film KGF: Chapter 2. He also made an appearance in the debut episode of KGF. He went on to star in other television shows, including Vitara, which helped him become a household celebrity.
His role in the film Chellata is remembered by his fans.
Actor Ganesh conveyed his sorrow at his passing by tweeting “Om Shanthi” with a photo of himself.
The last rites for Mohan Juneja will be performed today.
He was born in the Karnataka district of Tumkar and received his education at Bengaluru. He eventually settled in the city.
What was Mohan Juneja’s background:
Mohan was born in the Karnataka district of Turuvekere. Bengaluru was his birthplace. His father was a civil engineer, therefore he received his education in a variety of locations. He was never interested in studies, however. “My father wanted me to be an engineer like him,” he once commented, “but I was terrible in school.”
He’d always been interested in movies and would watch three per day. Later, he enrolled in drama school to learn more about the arts and theatre.
With Shankar Nag’s Wall Poster, he made his acting debut. He had a background in theatre and was skilled in writing, make-up, and acting. “I used to create dialogues at night and act throughout the day,” he once said. However, I persisted in my search for an identity.”
With Nagathihalli Chandrashekar’s TV series Vaatara, he received his much-needed break. “It lasted over 1000 episodes, and my role as Parandhama gave me a sense of self.”