Shivaji Satam: CID, one of the most-watched police procedurals on Indian television, has produced some standout performances and characters. Unfortunately, the cast and crew of the show recently lamented the passing of co-producer Pradeep Uppoor, who passed away lately. ACP Pradyuman actor Shivaji Satam, who has been a part of the program for more than two years, expressed his sorrow at the passing of his “friend” on social media. Shivaji Satam wrote a moving homage to him.
According to reports, Pradeep Uppoor had a cancer diagnosis and was in Singapore when he departed for his heavenly home. Shivaji Satam then shared a photo on Instagram with the comment, “Pradeep Uppoor, (the maker, backbone of CID)….. an ever smiling dear buddy, honest & straightforward, magnanimously generous to the core…..” With your departure, Boss, a very long and great chapter of my life comes to an end. love you & miss you, buddy”.
Many admirers and coworkers then conveyed their condolences on the platform in response to the statement. Raymon Kakar, a well-known television actress who has appeared in a few episodes of the program, sent out a “Rest in Peace” greeting. Tanya Abrol, an actor well known for her work on the television series Chak De India, wrote on Instagram, “Even if I met him only a few times. I’m incredibly sad about this. Uppoor gentleman, may your future travels be peaceful. , shanti.
It’s such devastating news, said Narendra Gupta, also known as Dr. Salunkhe, who also offered his condolences. I too had a very long-lasting relationship with him. Such an amazing man he was. PRADEEP BHAI, REST IN PEACE. I LOST A PART OF MY LIFE TODAY. Sub-Inspector Shreya’s on-screen voice, Janhvi Chheda, said: “He usually greeted everyone with a friendly smile. He will be sadly missed. Peace be upon him.” According to Hrishikesh Pandey, who played Inspector Abhimanyu, “a personal loss would never forget you, sir. RIP”.