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Comedian Ken Shimura died of coronavirus

 Entertainment Desk

 Published: 10:29 AM, 30 March 2020  

Comedian Ken Shimura

Comedian Ken Shimura

Japanese comedian Ken Shimura died of coronavirus. In Bangladesh he is known as Kaisya. At the time of his death, he was 70 years old.

The National Broadcasting Organization of Japan on Monday reported his death yesterday.

The comedian was reportedly suffering from coronavirus recently. Later, he was admitted to the hospital and doctors declared him dead on Sunday.

YouTube channel ‘Pagala Director’ airs Ken Shimura's dubbed video as 'Kaishuya' in Bengal.

The comedian, who died at a Tokyo hospital, entered the acting world around 70s. Shimura is widely popular as a comedian around the world. His dubbing videos have gained huge popularity in all ages in Bangladesh.

The Japanese comedian's video was broadcast in different languages ​​around the world besides Bangle. He was entertaining many people around the world with his acting skills. His death brought a shadow of grief among the fans.