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Famous Bollywood villain Mahesh Anad died at Age 57.

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Mahesh Anand,  A man who played great negative roles in various Bollywood films, was on Saturday discovered dead at his home in Mumbai under puzzling conditions.

The police did not discount suicide. In any case, no suicide note has been recouped.

The body of the 57-year-old on-screen character, who was most recently seen in Govinda’s ‘Rangeela Raja’ released a month ago, was found dead at his residence in Andheri West’s Yari street, he is suspected to have died two days ago. The body was sent to nearby Cooper Hospital for after death for medical examination.

Mr Anand apparently had alcohol drinking habit and was living alone as his family lives in Moscow, the police stated.

While the explanation for the performing artist’s demise is misty, specialists from the medical clinic said the body was brought from his habitation in a decayed condition.

Disheartened to know about Mahesh Anand’s destruction. The man was a casualty of the thrill ride that is Bollywood. Tear.

As indicated by specialists, the purpose of his demise can be discovered simply after posthumous is led.

After a long hole of more than 15 years, he was as of late observed in Pahlaj Nihalani’s ‘Rangeela Rajaa’ with Govinda, discharged in January this year.

A famous performer in the late 1990s, known for his tall and intense body outline, he was usually seen as the main henchman of the villains in several films but was facing huge financial constraints for many years.

The performing artist had acted in a few hit movies including Ganga Jamuna Saraswati’ and ‘Shahenshah’ (1988), ‘Majboor’ (1989), ‘Thanedaar’ (1990), ‘Betaaj Badshah’ (1994), ‘Coolie No. 1’ (1995), ‘Vijeta’ (1996), ‘Lal Badshah,’ ‘Aaya Toofan’ (1999), ‘Baaghi‘ and ‘Kurukshetra” (2000), ‘Pyaar Kiya Nahin Jaata’ (2003). He shared screen space with best Bollywood stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Govinda, and Sanjay Dutt,

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