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Shrivallabh Vyas

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Occupation  Film Actor
Spouse  Shobha Vyas
Role  Actor
Name  Shrivallabh Vyas

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Other names  Palav VyasShree Vallabh VyasShreevallabh VyasShrivallabh VyasShri VyasSri Vallabh VyasSrivallabh VyasVallabh Vyas
Movies  Lagaan, Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi, Dil Bole Hadippa!, Satta, Sarfarosh

Education  National School of Drama

Died   7 January 2018 (aged 59) Jaipur, India

Born  1958 (age 59), Vallabh Vyas Jaisalmer, India

Similar  Aditya Lakhia, Rajesh Vivek, Javed Khan Amrohi

Who was Shrivallabh Vyas?

Shrivallabh Vyas (born Vallabh Vyas) was a former Indian film and television actor. He was known for his works, including Sarfarosh (1999), Lagaan (2001),, Abhay (2001), Aan: Men at Work (2004), Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero (2005), Sankat City (2009) and theater works such as Virasat (1985).


Shrivallabh Vyas Lagaan actor Shrivallabh Vyas in ICU family helpless

ऐसा रहा श्रीवल्लभ का सफर || Real Life of Shrivallabh Vyas

Personal life

Shrivallabh Vyas Veteran actor Shrivallabh Vyas admitted to ICU family struggl

In 2013, Vyas suffered a paralytic attack while shooting for a film. Due to the financial issues, Vyas family shifted from Jaisalmer to Jaipur for his treatment. According to his wife Shobha, the Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) did not support him financially, despite the association had set up a trust for the actors who are suffering from losses. Actor Arun Bali, a member of CINTAA had provided an amount of 10,000 (US$160) and Gajendra Chauhan, the vice president of CINTAA had provided a cheque of 50,000 (US$780), to which his family refused. Actors Irrfan Khan, Manoj Bajpayee and Aamir Khan provided financial help for the Vyas family and for his treatment.

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On January 7, 2018, Vyas died at the age of 59, in Jaipur, Rajasthan.


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