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Mihir Das, veteran Odia actor dead, he was 63

Mihir Das was at a private hospital undergoing treatment according to sources

Published: 12th January 2022
A still of Mihir Das

Veteran Odia actor Mihir Das passed away on Tuesday at a private hospital in Cuttack, according to sources from family. The actor was reportedly undergoing treatment. 

Odisha Governor Ganeshi Lal, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan and people from various walks of life have shared condolences for the demise of the veteran actor.

The Governor expressed his sympathy to the bereaved family and said that Mihir will always remain in the hearts of countless fans of Odia cinema for ages to come. The Chief Minister said that Mihir was an icon of Odia cinema who inspired thousands to take up a career in acting. Patnaik conveyed his deep sympathy to the family members of Mihir. 

"Pained by the untimely demise of legendary Odia film actor Mihir Das. A fine human being and a household name in Odisha, his performances won million hearts. An an elder brother to me, Das' passing away is a personal loss. Condolences to his family and admirers," Pradhan tweeted.

Born on February 11, 1959 in Baripada town in Mayurbhanj district, Mihir started his career in the Odia film industry with an art film titled School Master. Later in 1979, he ventured into commercial cinema with a Mathura Bijay movie.

Mihir received wide applause and recognition for his performance in Pua Mora Bholashankar. During his more than three-decade-long career, Mihir received the Best Actor award from the Odisha government for his performance in Laxmi Protima (1998) and Pheria Mo Suna Bhauni (2005).

The cremation of Das will be held with full state honours, declared Patnaik.

(With inputs from IANS)

Mihir Das
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