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Dilip Joshi Mourns Death Of Amit Mistry Through Insta Post

In a recent instagram post on his official insta handle, well renowned TV star Dilip Joshi mourns the tragic demise of close friend Amit Mistry, says the trio has been broken forever.

The sudden and totally unexpected tragic demise of renowned film and TV star Amit Mistry has left entire film and television industry in state of shock and immense grief and according to news media reports, he passed away in the morning. In midst of all this, his close friend and Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Jethalal Gada (Sab TV, 2009 – present), fame renowned TV star Dilip Joshi mourns death of Amit Mistry through insta post.

Taking to his official instagram handle, TV star Dilip Joshi mourns death of Amit Mistry through insta post.

Penning a heart breaking note of losing his friend also mentioning of breaking the trio, Dilip Joshi mourns death of Amit Mistry through insta post.

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Dilip Joshi, Sumeet Raghavan and Amit Mistry were really close friends and he also dropped some interesting and unseen pictures from their past ventures.

In his note, he also mentioned about how the trio has been broken today with Amit’s death, but his memories are always going to remain and stay with him. He also fondly recalled the late actor for his wittiness and humor, who was indeed a really lovely and lively person to work with where even watching him act on screens was a delight.

He also shared about how he really did not imagine and expect something like this happening to his friend Amit Mistry and himself writing something so emotional and heartfelt for his friend and also a co-actor. Praying for his soul to rest in peace he also hopes that god gives them the power and strength to cope up with this irreplaceable and huge loss.

His instagram post caption read, “Our trio’s broken today. But the memories will always stay with me. Will miss Amit and his wisecracks more than I can say. He was a lovely man, a treat to work with and a delight to watch in action. Never thought I’d be writing something like this for him. May his soul achieve sadgati, and may God give us the strength to cope with such a huge loss”.

Source: Dilip Joshi Instagram. He posted these unseen pics and mourned loss of his dear friend Amit Mistry.

The trio had also worked together in a Gujarati drama titled Bapu Tame Kamaal Kari and then also shared screen space together in a TV show, Shubh Mangal Savadhan.

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