New Delhi: We are very sad to bring this news to our readers, but it is inevitable. The popular villain loved in Bollywood in the 80s and 90s, Bob Cristo, of Australian origin, has unfortunately left this world, and went to find a better place. The actor died in Bangalore yesterday afternoon, at the age of 72 years old.
Yesterday, he complained of chest pain, and was immediately rushed to the hospital, the Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research. Once arrived here, the doctors immediately took care of him, and performed an angioplasty, but no improvements appeared in his condition and in the end, he passed away.
The actor came to India only to meet Parveen Babi, but ended up playing in films. In his long and prolific career, he acted in more than 200 films. In 1980, he made his debut with the film “Abdullah”, by Sanjay Khan. Other films on his list were “Mr. India”, “Gumrah”, “Qurbani”, Several years ago, he moved to Bangalore to live the rest of his life in peace and comfort.