Who was Rahul Koli? India’s Oscar Entry Movie ‘Chhello Show’ Star Dies

Rahul Koli, a young actor who had a significant part in the Gujarati film Chhello Show or Last Film Show, which was chosen as India’s official entry for the Oscars this year, went away after a courageous battle with cancer. This is devastating news.

The 10-year-old apparently had leukaemia, which caused him to initially experience a low-grade fever that persisted despite numerous treatments. He reportedly passed away on October 2, 2022, and his funeral was held at his native Gujarati village of Hapa, close to Jamnagar.

What Happened With Rahul

According to Rahul’s father Ramu Koli, on Sunday, October 2, Rahul ate breakfast before suffering from numerous fever attacks in the following hours. He added that just before he breathed his last that day, he vomited blood three times the same day. His father expressed how sad their family was.

What Rahul’s Father Says About Film

Rahul’s father, who makes a living as an auto-rickshaw driver, informed the reporters that the family would undoubtedly watch the movie “Chhello Show,” which would be shown in theatres on October 14, 2022, after Rahul has completed his last purification ceremonies.

Rahul was delighted and anxiously anticipating the film’s release, according to his father. He used to tell his father that after October 14 their life will change, but sadly he passed away before it happened.

About The Film

Pan Nalin co-wrote, co-produced, and directed the movie. It has Paresh Mehta, Richa Meena, Dipen Raval, Bhavin Rabari, and Bhavesh Shrimali among its cast. Manu was portrayed by one of the six young actors in the movie, Rahul Koli.

On June 10, 2021, The Last Show made its debut at the 20th Tribea Film Festival. It was chosen in September to serve as India’s official Oscar entry.