Arun Bali was an Indian veteran actor of Hindi and Punjabi film and television, known for his strong roles in Bollywood films and Hindi TV shows.
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Let us tell you that this veteran actor died on 7 October 2022 at the age of 79. Arun Bali was battling physical ailments for a long time. Due to illness, he was keeping unwell for some time. Ultimately he lost the battle of life. His fans want to know about him so this article is dedicated to Arun Bali. Do read the article till the end.
Arun Bali Biography, Age, Career, Family, Net Worth, and Cause of Death
Arun Bali was active in films and recently his film ‘Goodbye‘ has been released in theaters. The film, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Rashmika Mandanna, and Neena Gupta in lead roles, is a family comedy-drama also starring Arun Bali.
|Birthday||23 December 1942|
|Place of Birth||Lahore, Pakistan|
|Age||79 years (at the time of death)|
|Day of Death||Friday 7 October 2022|
|Father name||not know|
|Mother name||not know|
|Cause of Death||diseases of the body|
|Wife name||Prakash Bali|
|Daughter||Itishree Bali, Pragati Bali, and Stuti Bali Sachdeva|
|Net worth||$9 million|
|Height||6 feet 4 inches|
|Debut Film Film||Saugandh (1991)|
|TV||Second Keval’ (1990)|
Birth and early life of Arun Bali
Arun Bali was born in undivided India on Wednesday, 23 December 1942 in Lahore (now Pakistan). Later he shifted to Delhi for his studies. He received his training in acting from the National School of Drama, Delhi.
He belongs to a Punjabi Muhiyal (Brahmin) family. When Arun was studying in the 5th standard, his father passed away. Arun Bali had 5 brothers and one sister.
Arun Bali’s wife, children
His wife’s name is Prakash Bali. He has three daughters named Itishree Bali, Pragati Bali, and Stuti Bali Sachdeva, and also a son named Anakush Bali.
Arun Bali’s career as a salesperson
Arun Bali used to work for Britannia Industries during his youth. He worked as a salesperson who made many trips selling biscuits to various places like Punjab, UP, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Rajasthan.
Arun Bali’s career as a singer
Before making a career in acting, Arun Bali was also a singer. During a rehearsal for an opera, Arun’s brother, who used to work in theatre, asked Arun Bali to play a role he had to be a great actor as well as a prolific singer.
Arun Bali’s first film
In the year 1991, he made his Bollywood debut with the film ‘Saugandh’. Apart from this, he played the role of Shyamaldas Chanchal in Amir Khan’s film 3 Idiots.
Other movies of Arun Bali –
He played the role of Darshan Singh Poonpuri in the 2014 film ‘Punjab 1984’ and the head priest of the Kedarnath temple in the film ‘Kedarnath’ (2018). In 2012, he appeared in the film ‘Barfi’ as Jhilmil’s grandfather.
In his film career, Arun worked in many Bollywood films including Khalnayak (1993), Aa Gale Lag Jaa (1994), Shikari (2000), Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992), Dand Nayak (1998), Aankhen (2002), Armaan (2003). Has worked in films.
Bali was last seen playing the character of an old man on a train in the film Forrest Gump – Lal Singh Chaddha which was released on 11 August 2022.
A career in Punjabi films
Apart from Hindi films, he has also shown his acting skills in Punjabi films. In 1991, he made his Punjabi debut with the film Vishakhi. Apart from this, in the year 2008, he played the role of a grandfather named Gurdit Singh in the Punjabi film ‘Munde UK De.
A career in the television industry
In 1989, she made her television debut with the show “Doosra Keval” on the Doordarshan TV channel, in which Shah Rukh Khan, the Badshah of Bollywood, also shared the screen with her.
Also, he later appeared in several Hindi TV shows including Des Mein Nikla Hoga Chand (2002), Kumkum (2002), Maayka (2007), Swabhimaan (1995), and Woh Rahe Wali Mahal Ki (2007).
Arun Bali passed away at the age of 79 | Cause of Death
Actor Arun Bali, who was suffering from myasthenia gravis, a neuromuscular problem, passed away on 7 October at the age of 79. Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disease caused by a communication failure between nerves and muscles.
In the year 2022, he was diagnosed with a rare chronic neuromuscular disease, myasthenia gravis and was admitted to Hiranandani Hospital in Mumbai but due to his deteriorating health, he said goodbye to this world forever on 7 October 2022.