Nirmal Pandey Leaves Bollywood Comfortably Numb

On February 18, 2010, Bollywood commissioned the great actor Nirmal Pandi. He was in his 40s when he suffered a heart attack in Mumbai.

Nirmal Pandi was educated in Nainital, Almora and Uttarakhand. He was graduated from the National Drama School. In her early days, she was in London where she was part of the Tara theatre company. He really left his mark on his work in dramas, because by the time he left the group he had previously worked on 125 plays. You can get more updates about top 10 famous actors via

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When the famous film Queen Bandit Shekhar Kapur with great weapons like Govind Namdeo, Seema Biswas, and Manoj Bajpai was released, a new actor was born. He is Nirmal Pandi. The role that made him famous was the role of Vikram Malach which he played in the film. His acting is controversial and flawless.

At that time, his character and acting were highly valued. In the film, Nirmal is a Dakoit and the leader of the band Babu Gujar. In addition, Nirmal has worked in many Bollywood movies such as Train to Pakistan, Amol Palekars Daira, Raat Ki Subah Nahi, Laila and Piaar Kia Toh Darna Kia, Hum Tum Pe Marte Hein, "One 2 ka 4" and "Shikari". Nirmal is not only part of the Bollywood industry, but also plays a key role in the television industry. 

Not only did Nirmal contribute to Bollywood, this talented actor also had the rare honour of winning the Best Actress Award when he received the 1996 Valenti Award in France for transvestites at the Amol Palecars Daayraa. It was something that made him famous and gave him the fame he's been getting over the years. She is honoured for her extraordinary actions and making Bollywood proud.