Actors who died in fatal accidents like Paul Walker
Thu Dec 05 2013, 16:58 hrs
Paul Walker: Fans all over the world are still in shock over the sudden death of Hollywood actor Paul Walker, who was killed in a car crash on November 30 when his Porsche Carrera GT slammed into a pole and caught fire.
According to reports, the 'Fast and Furious' star died from the combined impact of the crash and the fire that followed the accident.
Here's a list of other stars who met with a tragic end.
Taruni Sachev: Child artiste Taruni Sachdev, who played the role of Amitabh Bachchan's friend in National Award winning film 'Paa', died in a plane crash in Nepal in May 2012.
Taruni, who became famous as the Rasna girl, was on the flight with her mother Geetha Sachdev.
Soundarya: Southern actress Soundarya, who had worked in Kannada and Telugu films, died in a plane crash while campaigning near Bangalore in April 2004.
She had worked with Amitabh Bachchan in hit film 'Suryavansham'.
Jaspal Bhatti: Popular comedian and film director Jaspal Bhatti, who touched a chord with the masses with his humorous take on problems plaguing the common man, also met with a tragic end when his car rammed into a tree last year.
The 57-year-old actor-director had made his way into the hearts of his people with his satirical shows like 'Ulta Pulta' and 'Flop Show'.
Bharath/Yasho Sagar: Telugu actor Bharath alias Yasho Sagar also died in a road accident in Karnataka in October 2012.
Sagar, who was in his mid 20s, was killed when their car rammed into a bridge. A native of Bangalore, Sagar made his debut in Telugu film 'Ullasanga Utsahanga' which was a major hit in 2008. The young star had also acted in Kannada flick "Mr Premikudu" which was produced by his father.
Anand Abhyankar/Akshay Pendse: Known faces in the Marathi film and television industry, 50-year-old Anand Abhyankar and 30-year-old Akshay Pendse lost their lives when the car they were travelling in collided head-on with a speeding tempo-truck on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway last year in December.