Aamir Khan Pays A Visit To Late Dangal Actress Suhani Bhatnagar's Family In Faridabad; Pic Goes Viral!

Aamir Khan took his time to pay a visit to the late Dangal actress Suhani Bhatnagar's family in Faridabad, take a look

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Aamir Khan Pays A Visit To Late Dangal Actress Suhani Bhatnagar's Family In Faridabad; Pic Goes Viral!
Actor Aamir Khan recently paid a visit to the grieving family of Dangal actress Suhani Bhatnagar at their residence in Faridabad. A viral pic captures the poignant moment, portraying the PK star standing beside a framed picture of Suhani. The late young artist's parents and other family members are also present in the photograph. She battled dermatomyositis, a rare inflammatory disease, and passed away on February 16 at the age of 19 while undergoing treatment at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi. ALSO READ: Dangal Fame Suhani Bhatnagar DIES Due to Dermatomyositis: All You Kneed To Know About THIS Rare Condition 

Experiencing symptoms such as swelling in her left hand two months ago, Suhani's condition became a medical mystery that baffled numerous doctors. Despite their efforts, the cause remained elusive, leading to her admission to AIIMS. The deceased's mother, Pooja Bhatnagar, revealed that Aamir Khan, who had always maintained contact with her, formed a genuine bond with the family. The Bhatnagar family was even invited to Ira Khan's wedding by the Bollywood star. ALSO READ: Babita Phogat Mourns The Tragic Loss Of Suhani Bhatnagar; Actress Who Played Her Younger Self In Dangal 

Speaking about it she elaborated, "Aamir Sir always remained in touch with her. He is a nice person. We didn't inform him about her disease as we were already very disturbed. We kept it to ourselves and didn't tell anyone. If we had even sent him a text message, he would have immediately responded and called us personally. He bonded with Suhani from the time he came to know her. We even received a proper invitation to his daughter's marriage recently. He even called us up to say that we had to go."

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