Rockline Sudhakar died of cardiac arrest on the set of the film, three months ago the Covid-19 test came positive.


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Rockline Sudhakar fainted while preparing to give a shot.

  • Rangline Sudhakar went to Bannughatta in Bangalore for the upcoming film ‘Sugarless’.
  • Sudhakar Kannada entered the film world as the driver of producer Venkatesh Rockline.

Veteran Kannada comedian Rockline Sudhakar has died of a heart attack. On Wednesday, Sudhakar fainted while preparing to give a shot with a makeup artist on the set of his Kannada film ‘Sugarless’ in Bannughatta, Bangalore. He was rushed to Fortis Hospital in Bangalore, where doctors declared him dead.

The Covid test came positive three months ago
DR Jayaraj, president of the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce, said in a conversation that Sudhakar’s Kovid-19 test came positive three months ago. He had undergone heart surgery some time ago.

Jayakraj said, “Doctors said that Rockline had a heart attack and had a heart attack. He died before coming to the hospital. He worked on several films. May his God rest his soul.”

Entered the industry as a driver of the producer

Sudhakar entered the Canadian film industry as the driver of producer Rockline Venkatesh. Jayaraj explained that Sudhakar used to bring Venkatesh to the set of Kannada serial ‘Ashabadigalu’. During this time, he met many filmmakers and stars from the 80s.

In 1992, he made his debut as a supporting actor in the film Bailey Modagalu. Later, when Rockline Venkatesh started his film company called Rockline Productions, Sudhakar got involved in production. He was appointed production controller.

Sudhakar made more than 200 films in his career

Sudhakar has acted in more than 200 films in his career. However, since 2010 they have been doing small rolls. He was seen as a villain as well as a comedian. Sudhakar’s major films include ‘Dakota Pictures’,’ Panchrangi ‘,’ Paramatma ‘,’ Topiwala ‘,’ Mukunda Murari ‘,’ Prema Gimera Jaane Do ‘,’ Mr. And ‘Mrs. Ramachari’ and ‘Love in Manda’.

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