Last year was a really an awful one as we saw several loved stars like Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor and Sushant Singh Rajput left us. Not the film industry but in the television industry too, several actors bid us a final goodbye. Now, another heartbreaking and shocking piece of news has come in and that’s regarding the death of Sandeep Nahar. He was better known as Chotu Bhaiya (A Sikh friend on Sushant) in MS Dhoni movie.
The alleged reason for death is said to be suicide. For the unversed, on Monday, the actor had shared an emotional video, what he termed as ‘suicide note’, on Facebook. In it, he spoke on his personal and professional matters. He also mentioned his troubled marriage. In the end, he said that his wife has nothing to do with an extreme step he is going to take.
Reportedly, Sandeep Nahar was found hanging in his Goregaon residence. He was quickly moved to SRV hospital where he was declared dead. As of now, a police case has been lodged for an investigation of the matter.
Along with the video, Sandeep Nahar also shared a lengthy post that reads, “I don’t feel like living anymore. I saw lots of ups and downs in my life, faced each and every problem, but today, the kind of trauma I am going through is beyond my control. I also know that resorting to suicide is a sheer act of cowardness and I really wanted to live. But, living a life like this is of no use where there is no self-respect and satisfaction.”
“It’s not her (his wife Kanchan’s) mistake because her nature is such that she feels everything is normal, but it’s not normal for me. In the last two years, my life has changed completely. However, I have never shared anything with anyone. People feel that everything is absolutely fine in my life…,” the caption reads further.
Apart from MS Dhoni, Sandeep Nahar was also part of Akshay Kumar‘s Kesari and Sonakshi Sinha’s Khandaani Shafkhana.
May Sandeep’s soul rest in peace!
(note- If you are suffering from suicidal thoughts, please don’t take an extreme step. Call Jeevan Aastha Helpline- 1800 233 3330, AASRA- 09820466726, One Life Foundation- 7893078930 and other helplines for proper counselling.)