Veteran actor Rasik Dave: Ketki Dave, best known for playing Daksha Virani in the television series Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, and Riddhi Dave, Rasik Dave’s daughter, survive him.
Rasik Dave, a veteran actor, passed away on Friday due to kidney failure. He was 65. His wife Ketki Dave, who is well-known for playing Daksha Virani in the television series Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, their daughter Riddhi Dave, and a son survive him. On Saturday, the actor’s final rites were conducted.
Rasik Dave, a seasoned actor who portrayed Nand in the Mahabharat film, died on Friday due to kidney failure. He was 65.
Rasik was reportedly suffering from kidney-related conditions, and for the last couple of years, he had been receiving dialysis. The past month has proven hard for him as his health has deteriorated.
He is survived by his wife Ketki Dave, who is well-known for playing Daksha Virani in the television series “Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi,” as well as by his children Abhishek and Riddhi Dave.
Dave had kidney problems over the previous four years. According to his mother-in-law Sarita Joshi, “Dave had a weakness, troubles with his blood pressure, and kidney problems.” He underwent dialysis. He spent around 15 to 20 days in the hospital. On Thursday, when I met him for the first time, he grinned at me. Yesterday around 7.30 pm, he passed away.
He was an outstanding actor and a good person, she continued. Although he had an LLB degree, he adored performing. He and Ketki were quite well-liked for their plays, especially when they went overseas to perform.
“Heartbroken and very heartbroken to learn about the tragic death of Rasik Dave,” tweeted actor and producer JD Majethia. Too soon, my brother. May God grant your family the fortitude to endure this trying time.
Aum Shanti “Sad to learn of the passing of a close friend Rasik Dave, a versatile performer on theatre, television, and cinema, due to kidney disease,” tweeted filmmaker Ashoke Pandit. His wife, Ketaki Dave and the rest of his family deserve our deepest sympathy. It will never be forgotten.