Bollywood actor Mithilesh Chaturvedi is no more with us. He died in Mumbai's Kokilaben Hospital at 4 AM today (August 4). His family is in tearful condition grieving his death while the film industry has been deeply shocked by the death of the veteran actor. 

Ashish says that he has come to Mumbai three days ago after hearing about his father-in-law's health. Mithilesh Chaturvedi is survived by two daughters and a son. The eldest daughter is Charu, whose husband is Ashish Chaturvedi. The second daughter is Niharika, who lives in Mumbai. She belongs to the world of production. Niharika used to act like her father before. But later she joined the production. Her husband is also settled in Mumbai. Charu and Niharika have a younger brother, Aayush, who is not married yet. Ayush currently works in the private sector.

Ashish Chaturvedi confirmed that his father-in-law died in Mumbai and not Lucknow. Lucknow is is birthplace but he has been residing in Mumbai for a long time. Ashish told that Mithilesh Chaturvedi was admitted in Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. He says, "He was undergoing treatment for the last 10 days at Kokilaben Hospital. He had a cardiac arrest 10 days ago, and only then he was admitted to the hospital. Today at 4 AM, he again suffered a cardiac arrest, due to which he passed away. His body is still in the hospital. His body will be released from the hospital by around 12 o'clock. We are waiting for some relatives, after which the funeral process will be done".

Mithilesh Chaturvedi knew the art of leaving a mark no matter how small or how big a role is. Be it Koi Mil Gaya with Hrithik Roshan or Gadar: Ek Prem Katha with Sunny Deol, Ready with Salman Khan, or the web series Scam 1992, Mithilesh killed each one with his amazing screen presence. He also won everyone's heart in the TV show Neeli Chhatri Wale.

Born on October 15, 1954, in Lucknow, Mithilesh Chaturvedi was 68 years old by the time of his death. He made his Bollywood debut in the year 1997 with Bhai Bhai but gained popularity in 1998 with the character of Builder Malhotra in Ram Gopal Varma's film Satya. He also acted in Subhash Ghai's film Taal in 1999.