Soumitra Chatterjee at the age of 85 passes away
After a lifelong battle of Covid-19, legendary actor Soumitra Chatterjee passes away at the age of 85 in Kolkata. He was admitted to the hospital on October 5th, the next day he was tested positive for coronavirus.
He was keeping well for the first few weeks and the doctor informed that he might walk again but later on during past week, his health deteriorated and made his life troublesome. The hospital staff said that he couldn't fight back Covid-19 because of his further body complications.
This battle was more than month one and as he lost this battle, an era came to end. His condition went extremely critical on November 14 and he breathed last on Sunday morning after being put on life support.
"He is on different life support systems. It seems that our almost 40 days' fight is not enough to make him well," one of the doctors treating him had revealed. The doctors also added earlier that he stopped responding to any therapy ongoing and his brain stopped functioning properly.
Soumitra, who made his debut in Satyajit Ray's classic "Apur Sansar". He was recently shooting a web series in September and was also working for a docu-feature.
Rest In Peace the Legend!