The doctor’s facility where Khanna had been experiencing treatment issued an announcement that read: “Mr Vinod Khanna, who was admitted to the Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital, breathed his last at 11.20 am due to advanced bladder carcinoma.”
Khanna had been hospitalized since Friday, 31 March. As of now his son Rahul Khanna had told the press that the yesteryear screen symbol had been conceded in the wake of misery from serious lack of hydration and added that specialists would have supposed to discharge Khanna senior soon.
In any case, a picture — purportedly from Vinod Khanna’s doctor’s facility room — that indicated him looking fragile and anorexic, was broadly coursed on WhatsApp gatherings and started far reaching worries about his wellbeing. Unsubstantiated reports guaranteed that the on-screen character was potentially experiencing treatment for growth.
Khanna was the sitting MP from Gurdaspur.
In any case, while he navigated a genuinely effective innings in governmental issues, the achievement he accomplished in his movie vocation stayed phenomenal. From the time he made his presentation in 1968, he showed up in more than 140 movies and even had a supporting part in the 2015 Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol featured Dilwale.
Khanna exemplified the term ‘early showing icon’ and with his smooth, urbane appearance, he was broadly considered among the most good looking on-screen characters of the Hindi film industry. His onscreen nearness, be that as it may, went past his appearance, and Khanna made a check — be it in business tricks like Amar Akbar Anthony and Qurbani, or the all the more widely praised Achanak.
Khanna’s children Akshaye and Rahul, from his first marriage (to Geetanjali Khanna) tailed him into the big time. Khanna likewise has two youngsters, a child Saakshi and little girl Shraddha, from his second marriage (to Kavita Khanna).