Actor Bob Christo, who played the foreigner in many of films in the 80s and 90s, passed away on 20th March, in Bangalore. His business partner and family friend, Khaleem Pasha, said, “He was hospitalised after a massive heart attack on Saturday afternoon.”
Christo, who made his debut in Sanjay Khan’s Abdullah, went on to act in films like Namak Halal, Agneepath, Kaalia, Mard, Mr. India and Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja. and ” Agneepath”, passed away in Bangalore on Sunday afternoon. He was 70. Bob, who was a qualified civil engineer, entered modelling and even began constructing film sets.
After nearly 200 films, he moved to Bangalore in 2000 and started working as a yoga instructor.
The 70 year old’s biography, ‘Flashback: My Times in Bollywood and Beyond, was to be released by Akshay Kumar in June.
May his soul rest in peace.