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Meghana Raj, Arjun Sarja and others remember Chiranjeevi Sarja on first death anniversary: Will miss you for a lifetime

Kannada actor Chiranjeevi Sarja passed away on June 7 last year following a heart attack. He was 39.

By: Entertainment Desk | Bengaluru |
Updated: June 9, 2021 8:44:33 am
Chirranjeevi Sarja first death anniversaryFamily, friends and colleagues remember Chiranjeevi Sarja. (Photo: Meghana Raj Sarja/Instagram, Arjun Sarja/Instagram)

Family, friends and colleagues fondly remembered Kannada actor Chiranjeevi Sarja on Monday on the occasion of his first death anniversary. The actor had passed away on June 7 last year after suffering a cardiac arrest.

On the eve of his death anniversary, wife Meghana Raj Sarja shared a photo of the actor and herself. She captioned it, “US ❤️ MINE #chiranjeevisarja.”

Remembering his nephew, senior actor Arjun Sarja too shared several photos of himself and Chiranjeevi Sarja. Along with the photos, he wrote, “It has been a year, but I will miss you for a lifetime Chiru magane.. I hope that constant happy smile never wipes off wherever you are.”

Darshan shared a click of himself with Chiranjeevi Sarja and wrote, “You will always be remembered Chiru, my friend.”

 

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At the time of the actor’s death, the couple was expecting their firstborn. Meghana Raj Sarja delivered a baby boy at a private hospital in Bengaluru in October 2020.

Hailing from a family of actors, Chiranjeevi Sarja acted in more than 20 films in a career spanning 11 years.

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