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The body of famous Odia film actor Raimohan Parida was found hanging from the noose. At the age of 58, he said goodbye to the world. Apart from Odia, he also worked in Bengali films.
Raimohan Parida, a famous actor of Odia films and a well-known theater artist (Raimohan Parida) His body was found hanging from a noose at his house on Friday. He said goodbye to the world at the age of just 58. Raimohan Parida lived in Prachi Vihar area of â€‹â€‹Bhubaneswar. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. The actor’s family members told that his body was found hanging from the noose in the room on Friday morning.
Raimohan Parida passed away
Giving information, a police officer of Odisha said that, for the first time, it seems to be a case of suicide. He said that the body will be sent for postmortem only after which the exact information will be available. On the sudden demise of Raimohan Parida, many artists reached his house to console his family and pay tribute to Raimohan Parida. Raimohan Parida acted in more than 100 Odia films and 15 Bengali films in his film career. He had also been a stage artist. He loved performing plays.
Many actors who worked with Raimohan Parida are shocked at his sudden demise. Actor Siddhant Mohapatra, who has worked with him in many films, said on his death that, ‘It is very difficult to believe that such a cheerful person, who has experienced many ups and downs in his life very closely. , can even think of doing something like this. He was a very successful artist. At the same time, another actor who worked together, Shritam Das said, ‘It was not worth believing that Parida had become a hero from zero, she could also commit suicide.’
Worked in more than 100 films
Raimohan Parida, a resident of Bhubaneswar, started his film career in the year 1985. In the year 1987, he worked as a negative artist in the film Sagar. People liked him very much as a villain. Raimohan Parida had worked in many hit films including ‘Ram Laxman’, ‘Asibu Kebe Saji Mo Rani’, ‘Na Panchami’, ‘Udandi Sita’.