3 Idiots and Uttaran fame actor Akhil Mishra died in a freak accident at his home. His wife Suzanne Bernert confirmed the news.
Akhil Mishra Death: Akhil Mishra, the renowned actor, tragically passed away at the age of 67 on Tuesday, following a fatal accident. The heartbreaking news was shared by his grieving wife, Suzanne Bernert, who, understandably, was too devastated to convey her deep sorrow.
A friend close to the couple has shared that the actor had been unwell for some time due to high blood pressure. While he was on a stool in the kitchen trying to do something, he accidentally fell and injured his head. He was found bleeding and hurt, and was quickly taken to the hospital. Despite the doctors’ efforts, he couldn’t survive and passed away a few hours later.
Manoj Bajpayee Reaction on Akhil Mishra Death.
While working on a project in Hyderabad, actress Suzanne Bernert got some really sad news. She hurried back, feeling completely shocked. Actor Manoj Bajpayee also felt sad about Akhil Mishra Ji’s passing and wrote, “I hope Akhil Mishra Ji finds peace in the afterlife. This news is so shocking. Rest in peace.
In the world of movies, Akhil Mishra played a clever librarian named Mr. Dubey in the popular film “3 Idiots.” He brought lots of humor to the movie with his funny scenes. He’s also been in other well-known films like “Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi,” “Well Done Abba,” “Calcutta Mail,” and even made a memorable appearance in Shah Rukh Khan’s “Don.”
On TV, you might have seen him in shows like “Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se,” “Uttaran,” “Pardes Mein Mila Koi Apna,” and the classic “Shrimaan Shrimati,” among others. Akhil Mishra is known for his fabulous acting skill, and he left a mark in the entertainment world with his many roles.
German actress Suzanne Bernert, known for her role in the movie ‘The Accidental Prime Minister,’ shared that her husband, Akhil Mishra, took a break from his career to help her learn Hindi. This helped her get better roles in films.
In a recent interview with India Forums, she said, “In all the roles I’ve played, I’ve had to act as someone from a different country, which meant speaking with an accent. But it was during my time on ‘Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat’ that speaking fluent Hindi became a real challenge. I wanted to get it just right, and my husband was incredible support. He dedicated all his time to help me speak perfect Hindi, even pausing his own career for it