Entertainment Desk. Bollywood debutant Rahul Bohra left the world at the age of just 35 due to the coronavirus. His death from the coronavirus has left many questions. With the lack of oxygen coming into the country and other necessary facilities, the treatment was not found properly after being positive from Corona. He mentioned this on his social media account just a day before he died, but despite this, he could not be saved due to the negligence of the government system. Theater director playwright Arvind Gaur confirmed his demise on Sunday. It was Arvind who recognized his talent and supported him till the end.
Rahul Bohra, who was recognized on Facebook with 19 lakh followers, was making a mark as a talented . His performance in the Netflix series Unfreedom was well received on the digital platform. Born in 1986 in Uttarakhand, Rahul Bohra was fond of acting since childhood. He performed at home with his mother and sister Neetu Bohra. He had his schooling at Guru Harikrishna Public .
At the age of 19, he started his career as a theater artist in Delhi. From 2006 to 2011, he showed his talent with theater director Arvind Gaur and it was during this time that his Abhiyan started getting recognized. His portrayal of the right-wing leader in the 2014 Netflix movie Unfreedom left a big mark in people's minds. It was from here that he started getting many offers.
Rahul Bohra was fond of bikes. He also bought a new Royal Enfield in 2019, which he posted on social media. Along with this, they were the big T-Lovers. Sometimes fond of drinks. At the same time, he was also fond of getting tattoos on his hands. Because of his popularity on YouTube, he was also given the official Silver and Gold YouTube Play Button by YouTube. He was also an animal lover.
In December 2020, at the age of 33, she started a new inning as a marriage to writer and Jyoti Tiwari. It is said that Rahul was also acting with his wife. He had uploaded several videos of his performance with his wife on his YouTube channel, after which he came into further discussions.