Actor Deepesh Bhan, popularly known as Malkhan from Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain, passes away at the age of just 41. On Saturday morning, the actor collapsed while playing cricket. He was immediately taken to the hospital, where the doctor declared him brought dead. He returned home late on Friday night after shooting.
The sources close to Deepesh Bhan have confirmed the news. Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain assistant director Abhineet has confirmed the shocking news of Deepesh Bhan’s demise. Vaibhav Mathur, who essays the role of Teeka, said that Yes, he is no more, and there is nothing left to speak.
Deepesh Bhan Got Married In 2019
Deepesh did his graduation from New Delhi. Then, he took admission in the National School of Drama. In 2005, the actor came to Mumbai. He got married in May 2019. In January 2021, he became a father.
He even used his social media account yesterday and posted an Instagram story. According to the sources, Deepesh was fit and was not going through health issues. Actor Rohitashiv Gour aka Manmohan Tiwari, is shocked by the news. He says,
“Our call time for the show was a little late today. So I think after his gym, he went to a cricket ground to play cricket. It is part of his fitness routine. But while playing the sport, he suddenly collapsed and fell. It has come as a big shock to all of us. He was someone who led a healthy lifestyle, he was a fitness enthusiast. I don’t know how to express what I am feeling. We all are at his home currently, the entire team of the show.”
The producers of Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain, Sanjay & Binaiferr Kohli, shared,
“We are deeply saddened & shocked by the sudden demise of our beloved Deepesh Bhan. One of the most dedicated actors in Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai and like our family. He will be deeply missed by all. Our heartfelt condolences to his family, May his soul Rest In Eternal Peace.”
Worked In Many Shows
Deepesh Bhan has worked in many popular sitcoms like Comedy Ka King Kaun, Bhootwala, F.I.R, May I Come In Madam? and many more. He was one of the most favorite characters in Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain. His punch line, ‘Aree Mori Maiyya’ was always fun to hear. May his soul rest in peace.