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Yesteryear Eminent odia actor and comedian Sagar Das passed away

Bhubaneswar, November.7.2017: (UNI) Yesteryear Eminent odia actor and comedian Sagar Das passed away on 6th, November, 2017 at the age of 77, at his Sahid Nagar  residence in Bhubaneswar.

The veteran actor was an employee   of Song and Drama Division of  Bhubaneswar,which is under I and B ministry of central Government.  Sagar Das started his acting career with Odia Avinetri.He was more popular for his comedy and in which song he had essayed the role.During his film career ha had acted only in four film;Avinetri,Kiea Kahar,Adin Megha and Bandhan.The  remarkable  song of odia film are:Aha Kuhana(Avinetri)Alapa Hasare Aneak asra Isra Paeli Bandhu(Adin Megha)Sabi Sabi T u ta mra Nalipan Bibi(Bandhan.)and most popular kite song sung by Akshaya Mohanty and penned by Naryan Prasad Singh was “Udi Udi ja mo Gudi(Kiea Kahar)Sagar was born in 1940 and son of Pravat Chandra Das .After his retire ment from Government job he had dedicated most of the time   for csocial work even he never face the camera  for any inter view about his past acting career.
Many artists of Ollywood and Jatra industry gathered at his residence and paid their tribute to the departed soul.
Family sources said his last rites would be performed  on TuesDay ie on7th,November,2017.

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