New Delhi: Veteran film and television actor Suresh Chatwal took his last breath on May 28 owing to a prolonged illness.
The actor, who was last seen on popular show ‘FIR’ was cremated on May 29.
Announcing the tragic news, his son, Yaman Chatwal, said: “With great grief, I inform you that my father, Suresh Chatwal is no more between us. He left for heavenly aboard yesterday succumbing to his ongoing illness.”
Chatwal, who made his big screen debut in 1969 with ‘ Rakhi Rakhi’, has also played prominent characters in ‘ Karan Arjun’, ‘ Koyla’ and ‘ Munna Bhai MBBS’.
Kavita Kaushik, Chatwal’s co-star in ‘ FIR’ also took to twitter to pay respect to the late actor.
The 35-year-old TV actress tweeted, “our beloved commissioner of f.i.r Shri Suresh Chatwal no more”, adding he was a man full of high energy and “old filmy stories.”
Chatwal’s son also informed that the chautha will take place on May 31 in Mumbai.