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Another Fan Of Yash Dies In A Road Accident While En Route To Meet The 'KGF' Star

As per reports, the fan of Yash met with a road accident when his bike collided with a police vehicle at Mulgund. He was travelling to meet the 'KGF' star.

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Kannada star Yash at an event
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Another tragic incident occurred after three fans of Yash were electrocuted. A fan of the 'KGF' star passed away in a road accident while en route to meet the actor in Suranagi village on Monday night. On Tuesday, the fan breathed his last due to injuries. 

As per reports, the deceased was a 22-year-old boy named Nikhilgouda Bheemanagouda Goudar who hailed from Binkadakatti village. He met with the accident when his bike collided with a police vehicle at Mulgund. He was rushed to the Gadag Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS) in Gadag. His death was confirmed on Tuesday morning. The police reported that the bike that was on high spide collided with a vehicle that was escorting Yash who was travelling to GIMS to visit the injured youths from Suranagi.

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Recently, three fans of Yash died after they tried to install a 25-foot cut-out of the actor in the Ambedkar Nagar area for his birthday. They were electrocuted while putting up the poster of the Rocking Star. The poster hit a live electric wire and the youth holding the poster was electrocuted and all three men were dead on the spot.

The deceased fans were identified as Hanamanta Harijan, 21-year-old, Murali Nadavinamani, 20-year-old and Naveen Ghazi, 19. 

On Tuesday, the Kannada superstar spoke to reporters in Hubballi and said that he would visit the kin of his deceased fans in the Gadag district. 

Speaking to the media, he said, "If you wish me wholeheartedly, from wherever you are, that is the best gesture for me. Tragic incidents like these make me fear my own birthday. This is not how you show fandom."

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Work-wise, Yash will be seen in 'Toxic', which is his 19th film. The first look and the title were announced last year in December. 

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