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GUWAHATI, Feb 17 � Bollywood actor Ashraf-ul- Haque, who made his mark in Indian cinema through some important roles, passed away today in a Mumbai-based hospital.

He was 45. He was suffering from bone marrow related disease.

Born On November 3, 1969 in Goalpara, Haque completed his high school from Baladmari High School, Goalpara in 1987.

After completing his graduation from Goalpara College in 1992, he joined the National School of Drama, New Delhi in Dramatics with specialization in acting and completed his course in 1997.

Since 1997, he had performed in more than 30 Indian plays and acted in more than 30 films apart from television sops and advertisements. He is survived by his wife and a son.

Some of the recent movies in which he acted were Paan Singh Tomar, Fukrey and Talaash.

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Bollywood actor Ashraf no more

GUWAHATI, Feb 17 � Bollywood actor Ashraf-ul- Haque, who made his mark in Indian cinema through some important roles, passed away today in a Mumbai-based hospital.

He was 45. He was suffering from bone marrow related disease.

Born On November 3, 1969 in Goalpara, Haque completed his high school from Baladmari High School, Goalpara in 1987.

After completing his graduation from Goalpara College in 1992, he joined the National School of Drama, New Delhi in Dramatics with specialization in acting and completed his course in 1997.

Since 1997, he had performed in more than 30 Indian plays and acted in more than 30 films apart from television sops and advertisements. He is survived by his wife and a son.

Some of the recent movies in which he acted were Paan Singh Tomar, Fukrey and Talaash.