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Published: 22:13 BST, 17 July 2013 | Updated: 15:14 BST, 18 July 2013
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Tributes have poured in for the ‘gifted’ what’s more, ‘deep thinking’ performing artist Paul Bhattacharjee, who featured in the James Bond film Gambling club Royale, after his body was found close bluffs two days after he went missing.
Mr Bhattacharjee, who too showed up in the cleanser Eastenders, had last been seen taking off practices at the Illustrious Court Theater in Sloane Square, London, on Wednesday July 10 what’s more, showed up to walk in the heading of a adjacent Tube station.
The 53-year-old was said to be in great spirits that evening yet after sending his sweetheart a content message at 9pm, no-one heard from him what’s more, he was revealed missing.

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The body of missing on-screen character Paul Bhattacharjee has been found close bluffs in East Sussex, police have confirmed

Mr Bhattacharjee’s body was found at the foot of a bluff at Sprinkle Point in Seaford, East Sussex (file picture)

Scotland Yard was reached by officers in Sussex this morning what’s more, told that the body of a man coordinating his depiction had been found close bluffs at Sprinkle Point in Seaford, East Sussex, last Friday.
Mr Bhattacharjee, from Redbridge, north-east London, was formally recognized today what’s more, his next of kinfolk have been informed. His demise is not being treated as suspicious.
Meera Syal, who showed up close by him in the Illustrious Shakespeare Organization generation of Much Ado about Nothing, said: ‘Paul was an fantastically gifted, adaptable what’s more, liberal performing artist yet moreover complex, profound thinking, engagingly stubborn what’s more, politically conferred as a personality, really superb to share a organize with.
‘I don’t think any of us who saw him as of late or, then again were working with him had any thought this terrible catastrophe was going to happen.

‘We are all sending our adore what’s more, supplications to his family what’s more, partner.’
Mr Bhattacharjee, of Redbridge, north-east London, was due to show up in this week’s play Talk Appear at the Illustrious Court. His part in the play, which started on Tuesday, was recast.
The theatre’s creative executive Vicky Featherstone said: ‘We are profoundly stunned what’s more, totally crushed at the misfortune of our dear companion what’s more, splendid colleague.

‘Paul has been such an vital part of the world of theater in so numerous ways what’s more, we should miss him terribly.

‘We can’t indeed start to envision the affect his misfortune will have on everybody who knew him what’s more, all of our musings are with his cherished ones. ‘

His companions what’s more, family had made supplications for his safe return, counting his 24-year-old child Rahul Bhattacharjee-Prashar, who told the Evening Standard the vanishing was ‘completely out of character’.

Paul Bhattacharjee, who has been found dead close bluffs in East Sussex, is seen here, right, with Crispin Bonham-Carter in a scene from the 2006 Bond motion picture Gambling club Royale
Paul Bhattacharjee moreover made a few Television appearances. Here he is seen inverse Dwindle Firth in the BBC spy arrangement Spooks

Paul Bhattacharjee’s theater work included Moazzam Begg in the docu-drama Guantanamo at the Tricycle Theatre, north-west London, what’s more, Malvolio in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at the Albery in London’s West End
He added: ‘He was doing well in his profession what’s more, everything appeared to be going okay.’
Mr Bhattacharjee’s operator had said he appeared ‘completely fine’ the last time she heard from him.
Sally Long-Innes, who works for the Autonomous Ability Group, said there were ‘no clues’ as to why he vanished in his last content to her.
She said: ‘He appeared totally fine to me. As far as we could tell there was nothing off-base with his state of mind.
‘There were no signs in the last content message at all I’m afraid.’

The actor, who too showed up in The Best Extraordinary Marigold Hotel, White Teeth what’s more, Messy Lovely Things, had been due to show up in this week’s play Talk Appear at the Illustrious Court. His part in the play, which started last night, was recast.
He was part of the theatre’s organization of 14 on-screen characters performing in the Week after week Rep series, which sees six plays arranged in six weeks, what’s more, had as of now showed up in two of the productions.

Colleagues had taken to Twitter to express concern for Mr Bhattacharjee as news of his vanishing spread.

Bend It Like Beckham on-screen character Parminder Nagra, Sex in the City star Kim Cattrall what’s more, Stephen Broil – who went missing for a week in 1995 – all claimed to their supporters for data about the actor.

Tributes were last night being paid to the on-screen character with numerous from the theater world taking to Twitter to express their sadness.

Paul Bhattacharjee, who went missing after clearing out the Illustrious Court Theater on July 10, played the lead part of Benedick last year in the RSC’s creation of Much Ado About Nothing with Meera Syal as Beatrice
The on-screen character was caught on CCTV strolling from the arrange entryway of the theater what’s more, turning cleared out as in the event that strolling towards Sloane Square Tube station
Director Jamie Lloyd wrote: ‘Very pitiful to hear about the demise of Paul Bhattacharjee. He was a extremely fine actor. My musings are with his family.’
Muzz Khan, who showed up in Much Ado About Nothing close by the late actor, said: ‘Rest In Peace, Paul Bhattacharjee. I can’t accept you’re gone, mate.’
Playwright Duncan Doors wrote: ‘When you leave from me distress tolerates what’s more, joy takes his leave’. Tear Paul Paul Bhattacharjee.’
Actor Rick Superintendent wrote: ‘Having a awful time with the news about companion what’s more, associate Paul Bhattacharjee’s death. An insightful & appealling man. Extremely sad.’
Mr Bhattacharjee had been due to perform in a generation by Nitin Sawhney, who portrayed the on-screen character as a companion what’s more, composed on Twitter that he was ‘really worried’ about his disappearance.

He played a specialist in Gambling club Royale in 2006 what’s more, was in a few scenes of EastEnders as Inzamam between 2008 what’s more, 2010. Other TV credits for the on-screen character included Waking the Dead, Spooks what’s more, The Bill.

Last year he showed up as Benedick inverse Meera Syal in an Illustrious Shakespeare Organization creation of Much Ado about Nothing.

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