Actor Tejas D Parvatkar Dies, Co-Star Satyajeet Dubey Pays Tribute

Satyajeet Dubey shared this picture. (Picture courtesy: satyajeetdubey )


  • Satyajeet Dubey introduced the dying of his co-star on Instagram
  • “Misplaced one other co-star/good friend at present,” he wrote
  • “A man who consistently spoke about his love for literature,” he added

New Delhi:

Prassthanam actor Satyajeet Dubey, on Wednesday, introduced the dying of his co-star, actor Tejas D Parvatkar, on his Instagram profile. Satyajeet Dubey shared {a photograph} of Mr Parvatkar, with whom he filmed the upcoming crime-thriller web-series Mumbai Diaries 26/11, and wrote: “Misplaced one other co-star/good friend at present – Tejas D Parvatkar. A mild soul, a man who consistently spoke about his love for literature and his parla east tales, about performs and theatres, a giant fan of PL Deshpande (a Marathi author and actor). Met him on the units of Mumbai Diaries, but to launch on Amazon Prime Video. All of us used to sit back on this room known as ‘actors lounge’ constructed on set as a result of the vans was a bit of distant… and dheere se awaz aati thi, ‘Dubey saab, ahi shot mein time hai, chalo chai sutta break lete hain.’ You’ll be missed, brother. Relaxation in peace.”


Screenshot of Satyajeet’s Instagram story.

Tejas D Parvatkar was additionally part of director Nikkhil Advani’s web-series Mumbai Diaries 26/11, which is predicated on Mumbai terror assaults that occurred in 2008. The collection, which additionally stars Konkona Sen Sharma, Mohit Raina, Tina Desai, will quickly stream on Prime Video.

Tejas D Parvatkar was recognized for his efficiency within the 2012 movie Mumbai Cha Raja, which was directed by Manjeet Singh. He additionally featured within the 2004 movie Hava Aney Dey and the 2014 movie Dawn, each of which had been directed by Partho Sen-Gupta. Tejas D Parvatkar additionally served because the casting director for Irrfan Khan’s 2005 movie Dubai Return.