Sanchari Vijay passed away: Sanchari Vijay, a national award-winning Kannada actor who was in critical condition after suffering serious brain injuries in a motorbike accident on June 12th, died on Monday.
Despite having emergency surgery to stop the internal brain bleed, the actor was declared brain dead by doctors on Monday, according to a report. His organs will be donated by his relatives. “The brain stem has ceased working, therefore we have chosen to give his organs,” his brother Siddesh stated. Vijay has always believed in giving back to society, and we are honoring his wishes by donating his organs.”
How does Kannada actor Sanchari Vijay died in a road accident?
The actor was with a companion when their bike slid at L&T South City, JP Nagar 7th Phase, according to a TOI report. After colliding with an electric pole, the bike came to a standstill. Naveen, his 42-year-old buddy who was riding the motorcycle, suffered spinal and limb injuries as well. Both of them were airlifted to a nearby hospital.
Naveen reported the cause of the collision to the police when talking with them. He said that the bike skidded because the roads were wet as a result of the rain.
During the COVID-19-induced lockdown, Kannada actor Neenasam Sathish stated that the actor had joined him in distributing free ration packs to the city’s underprivileged. Vijay and his crew, according to Sathish, have been consistently distributing medications and other necessities to the needy during these trying times.
Vijay and Naveen were returning to the former’s house after supper when they were involved in an accident. Vijay’s flat was 100 metres distant from the incident.
According to director Mansore, a close friend of Vijay’s, the actor experienced a bleed in the right portion of his brain, for which he underwent surgery.
Vijay made his acting debut in 2011 with Rangappa Hogbitna and has since gone on to star in films such as Harivu and Oggarane. He earned a national prize for his role in the highly praised film Naanu Avanalla…Avalu, in which he played a transsexual character. The actor’s most recent film appearance was in the film ACT 1978, which was released last year.
During the epidemic, the actor worked zealously for the people. During the second wave of COVID-19, he collaborated with the Usire team to give oxygen cylinders to patients. He used his social media presence to promote COVID-19 materials and amplified and disseminated information about them.