Punjabi actor Satish Kaul passed away in Ludhiana today at the age of 73. The actor had reportedly tested COVID-19 positive. He had moved to Punjab from Mumbai and had started an acting school around 2011, which didn't take off. Last year during the lockdown, the veteran actor cried about going through a severe financial crisis, which made it difficult for him to end his basic needs. Satish Kaul worked in over 300 Punjabi and Hindi films with some big names from the entertainment industry.
In an interview with PTI, speaking about how the audience has forgotten him, Satish Kaul had said, "It's ok if they've forgotten me. I got so much of love and I'm grateful. I will forever be indebted to the audience for that. Right now, I wish I am able to buy a decent place of my own where I can stay. The fire to act is still alive in me. It isn't over. I wish someone gives me a role even today, any role, and I would do it. I'm raring to act again." Also Read: What Went Wrong In Satish Kaul's Life? This Interview Will Change A Lot Of Perceptions!
“I’m struggling for medicines, groceries and basic needs. I appeal to the industry people to help me. I got so much love as an actor, I need some attention now as a human in need,” Kaul had told PTI. The 73-year-old actor had also worked in films like “Pyaar Toh Hona He Tha”, “Aunty No 1” and show “Vikram Aur Betaal”.