Keeping it aside, Sri Hari, who is highly passionate about acting and committed towards his work, had been working for the film considering that he was ailing with jaundice. On Wednesday morning, when he was shooting for the film, he complained about chest pain and called off shoot and from there he was rushed to Lilavathi hospital in Mumbai at around 10 am. There he was kept under the observation of specialist Dr Sameer Parekh. But of no use.
Despite repeated attempts to bring him back to normal, Sri Hari breathed his last at around 4pm. He was 49.
His wife Santhi revealed with tears filled eyes, “He (Sri Hari) had complained of pain and he told me that his pulse was going down. Suddenly, blood pressure came down drastically. We rushed him to hospital. He had low blood pressure that has taken his life in fact. If it’d have been high blood pressure, it could have been tackled easily. Low blood pressure is much danger than high BP. Though the best doctors had treated him, this tragic has happened.” Santhi continued grieving over the great loss to her.