Kollywood Actor Naveen Mayur Dies of JaundiceBy Jayita, Gaea News Network
Monday, October 4, 2010
BENGALURU, INDIA (GaeaTimes.com) — Kannada actor Naveen Mayur has died yesterday at 5.30 pm at a private hospital in Bangalore. He was suffering from jaundice. He was only 32 years old.
Naveen Mayur recently visited the sacred places of Dharmastala and Kukke Subramnya. After his return on Saturday, he was feeling bad and rushed to the hospital. But, all the efforts of the doctors went into vein as the actor could not respond to the treatments.
Naveen Mayur was chocolate hero of Kollywood. He debuted in Kannada films with Sunilkumar Desai directed movie Sparsha. His other movies include Poorvapara, Lava Lavike, Avanandre Avane, Upendra’s Uppi Dada MBBS, Ninagoskar, Preeti Mado Hudugarigella, Nanna Hendti Kole, Neela and Hello.
Naveen got interested in acting during his college days. After completing schooling from Sri Kumaran’s School, he joined National High School in Jayanagar. Later he got BBM from Jain College, Bangalore. During these college days he acted in couple of drama like ‘Naanu Neenu’.
He was among the 25 persons, who were selected from South India for he Regional Scanning of Graviera Mr India in 1997. The descent Kollywood hero was unexpectedly dragged into controversy of Kudlu Ramakrishna’s film Hello. However, he was proved innocent later at KFCC.
Naveen’s brother Srayas, who stays in USA had invited him to visit America and even booked a ticket for him, the actor’s family sources said. Alas! Naveen’s destiny forced him to end his journey at a tender age of 32.
Our sincere condolences go out for the bereaved family of Naveen Mayur.
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