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BELOVED NATTU KAKA AKA ~GHANSHYAM NAYAK DIED OF CANCER!

Artist never dies he remains alive in the heart of his forever loving audience GHANSHYAM NAYAK aka~NATTU KAKA from the very well known show “TARAK MEHTA KA ULTA CHASHMA” has renunciated his holy soul on Sunday (October 3)in Mumbai’s suchak hospital at around 5:30 p.m.

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Ghanshyam Nayak was found diagnosed with CANCER earlier this year -the man of arts and parts gave his hope after a prolonged battle with the disease.

The audience of the show and society came to know this when Asit Kumar Modi (Producer, director and founder of (NEELA TELE FILMS PRIVATE LIMITED)
Asit Kumar Modi shared the news of the actor’s death in a tweet speaking to PTI.

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“He was facing health issues over the past few months and that in the last few days his health had deteriorated”– Asit Modi revealed

GHANSHYAM NAYAK apart from “TMKOC” has been a part of thousands of television as well as Gujarati cultural shows for the last 60 years. Even after getting diagnosed he always wanted to keep shooting as this would always make him happy says”~TMKOC TEAM

His signature dialogue on the show was” Hain? Mujhe Kuch Kaha kya? (Did you say something to me)”
His extraordinary presence in Gujarati theatre plays a major role in uplifting his Evergreen personality in the history of the Indian Film industry.

All around India social media and as well as news channels are facing this demising news of Mr Gansham Nayak aka Nattu Kaka. He has been an invaluable and indivisible part of the Taarak Mehta ka Ulta Chashma family for all 13 years of his precious life.

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Kushagra Pathak
Author of Worldly Voice

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