Final Goodbyes are hard & 2020 is even harder! R.I.P Chadwick Boseman, you will be missed!

A craft that will be celebrated forever: Rest in Peace Chadwick Boseman, you fought like a Warrior!

Chadwick Boseman, the lead actor in the Marvel’s superhero film, Black Panther passed away on Friday at the age of 43 due to colon cancer. The heartbreaking news has left his fans teary -eyes. The actor was diagnosed with colon cancer but never spoke of it in public. As per the reports, he died at his Los Angeles home with his family and wife by his side. Fans and his admirers while in disbelief are remembering the real-life superhero with tears and love.

Democrat Party President and Vice-President candidate for the upcoming Presidential election, Joe Biden and Kamal Harris also tweeted on the death of Hollywood star. His co-star Chris Evans aka Captain America and Indian actor Anupam Kher sent condolences to his family.

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Here are some tweets on how the world is bidding goodbye to the actor.

The electrifying actor who brought life to the character of T’Challa had projected so much vitality as the star of films like Black Panther, Avengers movie series, Get on Up, and 42. The Black Panther character was first seen in Captain America: Civil War which released in 2016. Later in 2018, a solo Black Panther movie released which became one of the highest-rated Marvel movies. The movie has a 96 per cent score on rotten tomatoes.

Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer 4 years ago, and was involved in several chemotherapies while he was shooting movies. Known for his Wakanda Forever salute, Chadwick Boseman was born in South Carolina and used to do small roles before he took the first-star turn in 2013. The striking portrayal of the baseball star Robinson opposite Harrison Ford made drew attention in the world of movies and made him a star.

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