Sandeep Nahar suicide case: the Bollywood film industry heard the sad incident again. Actor Sandeep Nahar, who has worked with actors such as Sushant Singh Rajput and Akshay Kumar, has passed away. He committed suicide. His move shook the Bollywood film industry again. At the same time, in his suicide note, Sandeep Nahar mentioned the problems in his family life.
In this situation, the Mumbai police have now filed a case against Sandeep Nahar’s wife and his mother-in-law. According to Sandeep Nahar suicide case the Times of India news site, the Goregaon police have reported incitement to suicide against Sandeep Nahar’s wife Kanchan Sharma and her mother. In addition, it is reported that a cyber cell officer tried to track down the actor after watching a video of his suicide, but the actor committed suicide while acting.
The police are presently investigating the case. before committing suicide, Sandeep published a video on social media and a suicide note in which he talked about suicide due to problems. Sandeep Nahar died of suicide at his residence within the Goregaon district of Mumbai. while his wife and friends found out about this, he took Sandeep to the hospital, in which medical doctors said him dead.
Let us tell you that Sandeep Nahar worked with Sushant Singh Rajput in the biopic of cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni MS Dhoni – The Untold Story. At the same time, he worked in Caesari with Akshay Kumar. Sandeep played the role of Bout Singh, a Sikh fighter in the Akshay Kumar battalion in Caesari. Caesari was released in 2019. The story of the film was inspired by the Battle of Saragarhi, which took place in 1897.
Sandeep’s second popular character is MS Dhoni – The Untold Story. In this film, he played the character of Dhoni’s Sikh friend Parama Bhaya. The late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was spotted as Dhoni in the film. Anupam Kher, the actor who played Dhoni’s father in the film, said in a statement to E-Times – MS Dhoni – “The Untold Story” contains only 2-3 scenes of Sandeep. He was a happy and good actor.