Actors Whose Legacy Lives On Through Posthumous Films and Shows

Farzana Patowari

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The film industry has its fair share of actors whose legacies live on through their posthumous performances. In this article, we will take a closer look at some of these actors and the films and shows that were released after their passing, continuing to showcase their talent and dedication to their craft.

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Satish KaushikKaushik was a talented actor whose last series, Pop Kaun?, started streaming online after his untimely death. The show features a stellar cast including Kunal Khemu, Saurabh Shukla, Rajpal Yadav, and Nupur Sanon.

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Irrfan KhanKhan's final film, The Song of Scorpions, is set to be released on April 28, 2023, as announced by his son, Babil Khan. However, in 2021, audiences were also able to see him in Murder at Teesri Manzil 302. The actor passed away on April 29, 2020, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire.

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Raju SrivastavaHe was recently seen in the comedy film Kanjoos Makhichoos alongside Kunal Khemu, Shweta Tripathi, Alka Amin, and Piyush Mishra. Unfortunately, he suffered a cardiac arrest and passed away after a long battle.

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Rishi KapoorKapoor was unable to complete filming for his role in Sharmaji Namkeen before his death. However, the makers decided to release the film and completed shooting the remaining parts with Paresh Rawal. This marked one of the first instances in which two actors played the same role.

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Sushant Singh RajputRajput's last film, "Dil Bechara", based on John Green's novel "The Fault in Our Stars" and its 2014 American adaptation, was given an OTT release due to the pandemic and Singh's untimely death. The film was also made available to audiences without a subscription, further showcasing the impact of his performances.