What led to Surendra Sharma’s death? Punjabi Comedian And Actor Has Died

Surender Sharma, commonly known as Surendra Sharma, was a legendary Indian actor and comedian who just passed away at the age of 77.

Sharma has been in a number of comic movies and television shows and was a well-known public personality in the Punjabi entertainment industry. He was renowned for taking part in India’s Laughter Champion, a comedic reality show.

As an example, the man was well-known for drawing amusing caricatures of both his wife and himself. His passing has sent a wave of anguish through the entire Punjab as a result of the news.

Surendra Sharma

Surendra Sharma

What Factors Led To Surender Sharma’s Death?

Sharma was cremated Thursday, June 27, at 2 p.m. in Chandigarh, where he will finally rest in peace. The precise cause of death is yet unknown. He was renowned for his caustic writing and dead-pan expressions in the lyrical and comedic world.

Malkeet Rauni, a Punjabi actor, announced Surender’s passing on Instagram, making the news of his dying widely known.

On social media, Rauni posted a picture of Surender and Gurpreet Ghuggi with the caption, “We regret to inform you that our esteemed Dr. Surender Sharma, a writer, actor, and director, has passed away. Today at 2:00 PM, a funeral will be held in Sector 25 of Chandigarh (sic).”

Wife and age of Punjabi actor Surender Sharma
Surender Sharma, a 1945-born man, passed away at the age of 77. In 2013, Pranab Mukherjee bestowed upon him the Padma Shri, the fourth-highest civilian honour in India, at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.

After the news broke on a web platform, celebrities couldn’t stop weeping over the loss of a shining figure in the entertainment industry. Sharma was on the screen among several other Punjabi performers.

Although Surender’s wife isn’t mentioned on social media, he does have one and is skilled at creating satirical jokes about her.

Details Regarding His Career and Salary

Sharma has greatly improved Haryanvi comic poetry. He is from the Haryana village of Nangal Chaudhary. He obtained his commerce degree from Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC).

One of the pioneers of Hasya Ras (Comic and Satiric Poetry), Surender Sharma assisted Kavi Sammelan industries in embracing the Hasya-Ras legacy. Additionally, he continues to be a participant in the Central Board of Film Certification.

Sharma was well-known for his catchphrase starting line, “Chaar lainaa suna ryo hoon,” and for delivering his comedies in the Marwari language. Additionally, in 1980, he released a cassette called “Chaar Laina Kavi.”

In October 2018, the gifted individual held the position of Vice-Chairman of the Hindi Academy (Delhi Government), in addition to holding a comparable position at the Haryana Sahitya Academy (Haryana Government).

Everyone who loved Surender Sharma experienced great sadness upon hearing of his untimely death because he had contributed so much to poetry, art, and literature. Let him discover the light!