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Navtej Hundal, who played Home Minister in Uri, dead

As of now, the reason for the death of Navtej Hundal is not known but CINTAA (Cine and TV Artists Association) has confirmed this news

Mumbai: Actor Navtej Hundal, who played the Home Minister in the recently released film Uri: The Surgical Strike, died on Monday. As of now, the reason for his death is not known but CINTAA (Cine and TV Artists Association) has confirmed this news.

CINTAA wrote in a condolence message on Twitter: “#CINTAA expresses it’s (sic) deepest condolence on the demise of Shri Navtej Hundal. May his soul Rest in Peace! The cremation is at Oshiwara Crematorium, Relief Rd, Prakash Nagar, Dnyaneshwar Nagar, Jogeshwari (W) at 11 am.”

hundal left behind his wife and two children. One of his daughters Avantika is playing a major role in the popular TV show Ye Hai Mohabbatein.

In addition to Uri, Navtej acted in many other films including Khalnayak, Tere Mere Sapne and The Whisperers.

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