Famous Kannada film star Puneeth Rajkumar's last ceremonies will be hung on Saturday after the arrival of his senior daughter Vanditha from the US. Karnataka Revenue Minister R. Ashok expressed that the entertainer's last rituals will be directed with government honors.
His mortals remaining parts were taken to his home from the hospital. Afterward, his body will be kept at Kanteerava arena in Bengaluru after 6.30 p.m. for conclusive viewing till late Saturday evening.
Raghavendra Rajkumar, elder sibling of Puneeth, said that his younger kin took him to medical clinic when he had endured cardiovascular failure twice before. "He got the pacemaker for me. He brought me back from the hospital securely. However, I was unable to bring him back. He went to see my parents," he said.
Raghavendra Rajkumar expressed that nothing has been decided at this point on the last rites.
"Puneeth's companion is melancholy and not in a situation to talk. We will decide on after conversation with all family members. We have mentioned to make plans for public 'darshan'. We as a whole know what occurred at the hour of the passing of our father (Kannada film legend Rajkumar) (Seven individuals were shot dead in the huge scope violence that trailed his demise) That ought not occur," he expressed.
Dr Ranganath Nayak who treated Puneeth, clarified that he endured chest pain following two hours of exercise at a gym. He has counseled a family specialist and gone through ECG test.
"At the point when, ECG results showed his condition was serious he was alluded to our emergency clinic. On the way to the hospital he experienced a gigantic heart failure. At the point when he was brought to emergency clinic, there was no heart movement," he clarified.
He further expressed that the specialists attempted to revive Puneeth for three hours. "We have made all endeavors to restore cardiovascular action, yet he was unable to be resuscitated," he said.
In the interim, stunned by the unfortunate death of Puneeth, cricketers and Telugu film stars have communicated their sympathies. Yash and other Sandalwood stars hurried to Puneeth's home to console his family.
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai pursued for harmony, and support of the law and order in the state. "Puneeth's last rites will be held according to wishes of the family at their chosen of place. We as a whole should offer respects calmly," he said.
"I talked to him yesterday (Thursday) in regards to dispatching his website," he recalled.
Chief Minister Bommai has likewise dropped every one of his programs for Friday and Saturday.
State Congress President D.K. Shivakumar expressed that he knew Puneeth since adolescence. "He was an old buddy. Puneeth totally had no negative habits. He had no insatiability. Despite the fact that I have attempted to maneuver him into specific propensities he declined. He was fully determined and didn't move an inch," he said.
Bengaluru South MP Tejaswi Soorya expressed that Puneeth was a fitness freak, saying "His recordings of exercises during the lockdown time frame filled in as a motivation for us all."
Cricketers Anil Kumble, Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag, Venkatesh Prasad, and Telugu film stars Chiranjeevi, Balakrishna, Junior NTR, Pavan Kalyan and Mahesh Babu likewise communicated their condolences.