Praveen Kumar Sobti will be in our beloved memories!

India was still in shock with the loss of Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, today another famous Television actor has been lost by India. B.R Chopra’s famous show Mahabharat, Praveen Kumar Sobti, played the role of Bheem in the show, today he passed away at the age of 74. The reason for death is still not confirmed, but he was suffering from spinal problems.

He was an Internation athlete. He has won two Olympics, then four Asian Games, and won many gold and silver medals in Common Wealth Games. In year 1967 he has also won ‘Arjun Award.’

Praveen is basically from Punjab. Sports and acting is not the only career he was been in, he also join Politics and consented in the 2013 Dehli Legislative Election from Aam Admi Party but lost and eventually join BJP in 2014. Praveen initially join Border Security Force at the age of 20, there only the senior officer saw his athletic skills and he started his sports career.

He started his acting career in 1982 from the film Raksha. It was a film based on James Bond-style, Jeetendra was in the lead role. Later he has done more than 50 films but got popularity and fame from the role of Bheem in Mahabharata.

Last year he told in an interview that he has not gotten work. He was also facing many health issues and having spinal issues.




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