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Brijesh Tripathi, a veteran Bhojpuri performer, has passed away. He had dengue two weeks prior, according to India TV, and was receiving treatment in a Meerut hospital. But shortly after arriving back in Bombay, he suffered a heart attack last night, and the doctor there pronounced him dead. The last ceremonies will take place today, and the family resides in Mumbai.
He has worked in the motion picture business for more than 46 years. In 1979, he made his feature film debut in Saiya Tohare Kaaran. In 1980, Taxi Chor was his debut Hindi film. He worked in Bollywood before entering the Bhojpuri sector. He has also appeared in numerous TV shows. In addition, he has appeared in movies such as Janta Darbar, Driver Raja, Piya Chandani, Ram Krishna Bajrangi, and Hamar Bodyguard Shiva.
In addition to Ajay Devgn, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Rajinikanth, Ravi Kishan, Dharmendra, and Vinod Khanna, Brijesh Tripathi has spent screen time with these actors. He has worked on more than 250 Bollywood movies.
His acquaintance helped him get into the film business. He had moved to Mumbai as his base. His family gave him a lot of support during his quest. Pawan Singh is his favorite actor. He is a huge fan of supporting the Bhojpuri film industry.
Speaking of Bhojpuri films, he had observed and witnessed both of the industry’s eras up close. He collaborated on Bhojpuri films with a wide range of actors, including Manoj Tiwari, Ravi Kishan, Pawan Singh, Dinesh Lal Yadav, and Khesari Lal Yadav.
His untimely death has sparked a wave of grief throughout the business. Film star turned Gorakhpur MP Ravi Kishan remarks on his passing: “We had worked on nearly 100 films with Brijesh Tripathi ji; his departure marks the end of an era for the Bhojpuri film industry. May God bestow upon his righteous soul the greatest respect from above.”