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Kishore Nandlaskar Age, Death, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More

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Hometown: Mumbai
Age: 80 Years
Death Cause: COVID-19

Kishore Nandlaskar

Bio/Wiki
NicknameKishore Kaka [1]Times of India
Profession Actor
Famous For‘Sannata’ in the Bollywood film “Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain” (2000)
Kishore Nandlaskar in Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain
Physical Stats & More
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourSalt & Pepper (Half Bald)
Career
DebutPlay (Marathi): Amrai
Film (Marathi): Ina Mina Dika (1989)
Ina Mina Dika poster
Film (Bollywood): Vaastav: The Reality (1999)
Vaastav: The Reality poster
Last FilmMiss U Miss (Marathi; 2020)
Personal Life
Date of Birth1941
BirthplaceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Date of Death20 April 2021
Place of DeathCovid-19 Center in Thane, Mumbai
Age (at the time of death)80 Years
Death CauseCOVID-19 [2]India Today
Nationality Indian
HometownMumbai, Maharashtra, India
School• New Era High School, Panchgani
• Union High School, Mumbai [3]TV9 Marathi
College/UniversityUniversity of Pune
Educational QualificationGraduate [4]Facebook
Relationships & More
Marital Status (at the time of death)Married
Family
Wife/SpouseName Not Known
ChildrenHe has three sons.
ParentsFather- Khanderao Nandlashkar
Mother- Name Not Known
Style Quotient
Car CollectionToyota Innova and Toyota Fortuner

Note: He also owned a bus which he had rented out. [5]Amar Ujala
Money Factor
Assets/PropertiesHe owned a house in Nagpada, Mumbai. He also owned two flats in Mumbai. [6]Amar Ujala

Kishore Nandlaskar

Some Lesser Known Facts About Kishore Nandlaskar

  • Kishore Nandlaskar was an Indian veteran actor who mainly worked in Marathi and Hindi films.
  • He grew up in different parts of Mumbai including Lamington Road, Nagpada, and Ghatkopar.
  • He learnt acting from his father.
  • Kishore began his acting career with a Marathi play titled “Amrai.” He just had a one word dialogue in the play.
  • Nandlashkar then acted in plays like “Chal Atap Jalvi,” “Bhramacha Bhopala,” “Pahuna,” “Shriman Smt,” “Bhole Dambis,” and “One Room Kitchen.”

    Kishore Nandlaskar in Bhole Dambis

    Kishore Nandlaskar in Bhole Dambis

  • The last play in which he performed was “Nana Karte Pyaar.”
  • Some of his popular Marathi films include “Dhamal Bablya Ganpyachi” (1990), “Karamati Coat” (1993), “Purna Satya” (1997), “Ishhya” (2006), “Yedyanchi Jatra” (2012) and “Huntash” (2017).

    Kishore Nandlaskar in a Marathi film

    Kishore Nandlaskar in a Marathi film

  • In 1999, Kishore bagged a role in Mahesh Manjrekar‘s Hindi film “Vaastav: The Reality.”

    Kishore Nandlaskar in Vaastav: The Reality

    Kishore Nandlaskar in Vaastav: The Reality

  • He earned laurels for playing the role of ‘Sannata’ in the Bollywood film “Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain” (2000).

    Kishore Nandlaskar in Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain

    Kishore Nandlaskar in Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain

  • He has also appeared in the Bollywood films “Khakee” (2004), “Singham” (2011), and “Simmba” (2018).
  • Kishore was popular for playing comic roles in Hindi and Marathi films.
  • In his career, he had acted in more than 40 plays, 20 TV serials, and 30 Hindi and Marathi films.
  • Kishore initially lived in a small house in Bhoiwada-Paral, Mumbai, with his family. Due to less space in his house, Kishore often went to a nearby temple to sleep at night. When this news came in public, the then Chief Minister of Mumbai Vilasrao Deshmukh alloted him a house in Borivali, Mumbai.
  • Once he suffered from shortness of breath and palpitations and had to get a bypass surgery done.
  • Nandlashkar had a grandson named Anish Nandlaskar.
  • He shared a great bond with his Vaastav co-star Usha Nadkarni.
  • Usha Nadkarni revealed during an interview that Nandlashkar was an introvert.
  • During an interview, Usha shared that Kishore was dealing with depression. While talking about the same in an interview, she said, “Actually, he had many personal and family problems. He had tension and worries about his personal life, and that’s why he was staying alone. He was not staying with his family because those thoughts were making him uncomfortable.”
  • On 14 April 2020, Kishore was admitted to a Covid-19 Center in Thane as he was having trouble in breathing after he tested positive for corona virus. He breathed his last at around 12:30 pm on 20 April 2021.