Asif in Smriti: Manoj Vajpayee said – Asif Basra used to come to Mumbai only for shooting, Dharamsala was chosen to stay away from the splendor of Mysore

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The news of the death of actor Asif Basra has caused a wave of mourning in Bollywood. Asif was found dead at his home near a cafe in McLeodganj, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, on Thursday morning. Police suspect suicide

He is said to have killed his pet dog by hanging it with a rope. However, the cause of suicide is not yet known. It is said that he was struggling with depression.

Manoj Vajpayee, who worked with him, was saddened to hear the news of the death of 53-year-old Asif. He wrote on Twitter, “What? It’s a lot of shocking. I was shooting with him before the lockdown.” In an interview with the Times of India, Manoj shared a lot about Asif.

Mumbai’s run-of-the-mill was no choice in life

“I did not communicate with him regularly,” Manoj said. I worked with him, but we were able to hangout less. Had a fairly good time on our set. I love his sense of humor. He also came from a theatrical background and we had plenty on set.

He was a wonder actor. He was also a happy man. He liked peace so he chose Dharamsala to stay behind leaving the splendor of Mainagari. He used to come to Mumbai only for shooting. Very few of us prefer to live permanently outside Mumbai. Big cities are losing their charm. It was a big step and I admire her for choosing her happiness and peace above all else. ‘

Worked on this film

Asif has been active in film since 1998. He starred in ‘Oo’ (`1998), ‘Black Friday’ (2004), ‘Jab We Met’ (2007), ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai’ (2010), ‘Chris 3’ (2013), and ‘Koi Po Che’. ‘Did’ (2013) and ‘Hitchcock’ (2018). He also played important roles in hit web series like ‘Hostage’ and ‘Patal Lok’.


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