Before Sushant Singh Rajput, these famous Bollywood actors also made the fans embrace the sudden death
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has committed suicide in his home in Mumbai. This is shocking and sad news for Bollywood fans. He was still counted among the best young actors of Bollywood. Even before this, many artists of Bollywood and TV industry have made their fans cry by committing suicide. Let’s have a look …
When Jia Khan made me cry
In 2013, Bollywood actress Jia Khan committed suicide in her home in Mumbai. Jiya, just 25 years old, was pregnant when she took this step. In this case, the name of Sooraj Pancholi, son of actor Aditya Pancholi came up. Jiah Khan had worked in films like Nishabd, Housefull, Ghajini in a short film career.
How can the tragic death of Bollywood actress Divya Bharti be forgotten. Divya, who had acted in dozens of hit films at the age of just 19, died in 1993 after falling from the fifth floor of the house. Some people say that he committed suicide, but some people call it an accident. Suspense remains on the truth till now.
The death of the famous actor Guru Dutt of his time also shocked the whole country. However, even on his death, it is unclear whether he committed suicide or lost his life due to excessive intoxication. He was found dead in his house in October 1964. He was told that he died after taking several sleeping pills with alcohol. His relationship with his wife Geeta Dutt was not good and actress Vahida Rahman was also distanced from her, whom Guru Dutt loved.
In September 1996, Vijayalakshmi Vadlapati aka Silk Smita died of hanging from the fan. She left a suicide note stating that she was dying because of continued failure.
Famous Bollywood actress Pravin Bobby was found dead in his apartment in 2005. When Bobby, who was alone, did not reach the neighbors to get newspapers and milk, people were suspicious. Then there was a wave of mourning from the news that came. Bobby’s life was over. She was troubled by diabetes. He is believed to have embraced death, fed with illness and loneliness.