Actor Salim Ghouse Death Cause

Salim Ghouse died on Thursday in Mumbai after having a heart arrest.

The actor was 70 years old at the time of his demise.

Salim's last rituals were performed on Thursday morning.

Fans are sending condolences and prayers to Ghouse's family through their social media posts.

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Salim Ghouse Family Explored

Ghouse was married to his wife, Anita Salim.

Anita was the one who confirmed her husband's death.

Salim Ghouse had a son named Aaryama Salim. Aaryama is also an actor by profession, as mentioned in his Instagram bio.

Salim's family took him to Kokilaben Hospital yesterday, 27 April. Ghouse passed away today morning on 28 April.

Anita stated her husband despised sorrow and desired to go on with his life.

Salim Ghouse Biography Explored

As of 2022, Salim Ghouse is available on the official website of Wikipedia.

The director was born on 10 January 1952 in Madras.

In Chennai, he attended the Christchurch School and the Presidency College. He got his degree and graduated from India's Film and Television Institute (Pune).

Salim Ghouse rose to prominence because of the television series Subah.

In Shyam Benegal's TV series Bharat Ek Khoj, he played Rama, Krishna, and Tipu Sultan. Ghouse has also appeared in the television series Wagle Ki Duniya.

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What Was Salim Ghouse Net Worth In 2022?

According to the net worth post, Salim had an estimated net worth of more than 900,000 dollars.

He had accumulated this massive fortune from his career as a professional actor.

Ghouse starred as the villain in the Tamil film Vettri Vizhaa in 1989.

In the iconic Malayalam film Thazhvaram, he co-starred with Mohanlal. Likewise, he has given many superhits films in Indian cinema history.

Moreover, Salim Ghouse's filmography also included international projects like Kim, The Perfect Murder, The Deceivers, The Maharaja's Daughter, and Getting Personal.