Veteran Actor Arun Bali Passed away at the Age of 79 on Friday in Mumbai. Arun was hospitalized earlier this year after being diagnosed with a rare neuromuscular illness.
Arun Bali, who played Kunwar Singh in Swabhimaan, died on Friday at the age of 79. His most recent film, Goodbye, was released on October 7. he was suffering from a Neuromuscular Disease ‘Myasthenia Gravis’. The disorder of myasthenia gravis is caused by a breakdown of nerve-muscle communication
During a February 2022 interview with Hindustan Times, Bali’s son Ankush expressed his desire that his father work till his last breath. “Acting is his passion and gives him joy,” Ankush explained. According to Ankush, his father was responding well to the treatment but passed away around 4.30 in the morning.
Arun Bali’s Some Famous Roles in His Career
Chanakya, a 1991 period drama in which Arun played King Porus, was Arun’s first film and television series. In Hey Ram (2000), he played the chief minister of undivided Bengal, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, and also played Harshvardhan Wadhwa in Kumkum. He is a well-known character for his roles in 3 Idiots, Kedarnath and Panipat.
What is Myasthenia Gravis?
In myasthenia gravis, skeletal muscles become weak after periods of exertion and become stronger after periods of rest due to an autoimmune, neuromuscular condition. Aside from controlling respiration, these muscles control the movement of various body parts, including the arms and legs.