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Celebrities who left us in 2015
Though it is sad to hear the news of death, but we often experience many such incidents in our lifetime. Losing someone you deeply love or care about can be very painful. This happens if either you know them personally or have a lot of memories associated with them.

But, despite the fact that we do not know the celebrities personally and neither did they knew us, but still deaths of celebrities makes us cry. Every time you watch their movies on television, you feel that they should have lived more. There is some invisible relationship which we build up with our favorite celebrities who live in an entirely different world of stardom. So here is the list of celebrities who left us in 2015:

Ahuti Prasad, 4th January

Ahuti PrasadPopular Telugu actor Ahuti Prasad died of cancer at a private hospital in Hyderabad on 4 January. His sudden death shocked the Telugu Film industry and many Tollywood stars expressed shock and sadness over the sudden demise of Ahuti Prasad.

Aarthi Aggarwal, 6th June 

Aarthi AggarwalThe 31-year-old Telugu actress Aarthi Agarwal's death shocked the whole industry as she breathed her last after some complications during a liposuction surgery. She was undergoing treatment for her obesity and due to some complications, she suffered a cardiac arrest and passed away.

M S Viswanathan, 14th July

MS VishwanathThe iconic Tamil music composer of south Indian cinema passed away in Chennai. Viswanathan is known in the industry as MSV and was popularly known as Mellisai Mannar (The king of light music). He worked in over 750 films in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.

Aadesh Srivastava, 5th September

AadeshAadesh Srivastata, the music composer and singer who composed music for more than 100 Hindi films died in Mumbai due to cancer on September 5, a day after he turned 51. He had been diagnosed with cancer five years ago and had reportedly shown signs of improvement, impressing the doctors and medical specialists, but could not survive. 

Mohan Bhandari, 24th September

Mohan BhandariVeteran television actor and the Saath Phere fame Mohan Bhandari died on September 24. The actor had been struggling with brain hemorrhage from past few years. He has featured in several serials like Saat PhereKhaandaan, KarzParamparaJeevan Mrityu,PathjhadGumraah and Mile Sur Mera Tumhara. He had also featured in the movie Mangal Pandey – The rising.

Manorama, 10th October

ManoramaVeteran Tamil actress Manorama, also known as Aachi died after a cardiac arrest in Chennai. She acted in more than 1,200 films and 1,000 plays. She set up a Guinness world record when she completed 1,000 films. She has acted with five chief ministers including Anna Durai, M G Ramachandran, M Karunanidhi, N T Rama Rao and J Jayalalithaa.

Kallu Chitambaram, 19th October

KalluTollywood comedian, Kolluri Chidambara Rao, popularly known as 'Kallu' Chidambaram, died of a respiratory ailment when he was 67. He had acted in comic roles in more than 300 films. He retired as an assistant engineer in Visakhapatnam Port Trust and mostly acted in films shot in and around Visakhapatnam.

Labh Janjua, 22nd October

Labh JanujaPopular Punjabi singer who also gained acclaim in Bollywood, was found dead at his residence in Mumbai on the morning of October 22 under mysterious circumstances. He was known for his songs like 'London thumakda' from the Hindi film 'Queen'.

Pijush Ganguly, 25th October

Pijush GangulyBengali film, television, and stage actor Pijush Ganguly met with an accident and passed away after a week in a city hospital in Kolkata due to multiple-organ failure. The noted character actor had worked in acclaimed films like Gaynar Baksha, Laptop, Byomkesh Bakshi, Iti Srikanta and Mahulbanir Sereng.

Saeed Jaffrey, 14th November

Saeed JaferySaeed Jaffrey, an Indian-born character actor known internationally for his work died in London due to brain hemorrhage. He had acted inmore than 150 films which included classic Indian movies such as Satyajit Ray's Shatranj ke Khiladi. He formed his own English theatercompany in Delhi. The actor had starred alongside Sir Michael Caine and Sir Sean Connery in 'The Man Who Would Be King', which achieved international success.

Sadhana Shivdasani, 25th December 

SadhnaSadhana Shivdasani, who is popularly known as Sadhana died on the morning of Christmas eve this year, at the age of 74. She had been suffering from a tumor and battling cancer from a long time. She introduced the fringe hairstyle to the industry and made it a fashion statement. She also bagged Life Time Achievement Award for her work in the industry in IIFA 2002.

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