Assamese actor Nipon Goswami passes away: Nipon Goswami, an Assamese actor, passed away at Nemcare Hospital in Guwahati on Thursday due to heart-related issues. His health deteriorated on Monday, which was Diwali, and he was immediately rushed to the hospital. Doctors kept him in the ICU under constant observation.
Goswami’s first Assamese film was Sangram and it was also his first success as a lead actor in an Assamese film. He appeared in several films after that, including Dr. Bezbaruah which was released in 1969. He also took on character roles in several Hindi films. Nipon Goswami is an Assamese actor who has appeared in numerous Assamese films and television shows. He was born in Assam, India, and studied acting at the National School of Drama in New Delhi. Nipon Goswami made his debut in Fani Sharma’s Piyali Phukan at the age of seven and has since appeared in over 30 Assamese films. He has also appeared in several Assamese television shows, including the popular serial Jai Jai Jai Bajrangbali. Goswami has won several awards for his work, including the National Film Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in the film Antaheen.
PM Modi mourned the passing of Goswami and offered his condolences to his loved ones. In a tweet from the official PM Narendra Modi Twitter handle, it read: “We are saddened by the passing of Shri Nipon Goswami, who made a great contribution to the Assamese film industry. His many works will be remembered by fans of film all over. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and admirers during this time. Om Shanti.”