Veteran actor KS Firoz has passed away at the age of 76.
The actor breathed his last at around 6.20 am at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH).
KS Firoz was suffering from pneumonia for a long period. He went to the ICDDRB to get injection for pneumonia but later on he came home with a high fever.
He was admitted to a hospital with high fever but when his condition started to deteriorate his family moved him to CMH on Tuesday. He was put into life support after being admitted into the hospital.
The veteran actor started his journey with theatre. He worked in plays such as "Sath Gater Gangari" and "Rakhoshi." The actor did his first television drama called "Dip tubuo jole."
The actor is survived by his wife and three daughters.