Asif Basra Death: Gajendra Chauhan Opens Up On The Late Actor’s Demise; Says ‘His Suicide Case Is A Matter Of Investigation’

A few days after Asif Basra’s death, Gajendra Chauhan opened up about the late actor’s demise. ANI reported that Chauhan said the suicide case of the Black Friday actor is a matter of investigation. Read for details

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Asif Basra Death: Gajendra Chauhan Opens Up On The Late Actor’s Demise; Says ‘His Suicide Case Is A Matter Of Investigation’
While many people of the country continue to find the cause and the reason behind Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden and untimely demise, another shocking death from the film industry send shockwaves. It was reported that Black Friday, Jab We Met, Kai Po Che actor Asif Basra died by suicide at the age of 53. Now, as many actors talk about Basra’s sudden demise, actor Gajendra Chauhan, who is known for playing the role of Yudhishthira in the historical television series Mahabharat opened up how he feels the late actor’s suicide case is a matter of probe.  

Speaking with ANI, Gajendra Chauhan expressed his feeling after understanding about Asif Basra’s sudden death. Talking about it, the senior actor said, "It is a very sad incident and he was a great actor. Asif has worked in movies like 'Black Friday', 'Once upon a time in Mumbai' etc." Chauhan termed Asif Basra’s death as a ‘very sad incident’ and called him a great actor. The senior actor also mentioned that Basra had made his Artistes Association card back in 2017, and it was he who got it made for him.

Gajendra Chauhan spoke about how Asif Basra was living in Himachal Pradesh for the past six years. He then opened about how an artiste’s death leaves a vacuum and added, “An artist leaves vacuum after his/her death. His suicide case is a matter of investigation and let his soul rest in peace.” The actor also mentioned that Basra was meant to work more and said his presence will always be felt.

Meanwhile, Asif Basra was found dead at a private complex in Mcleodganj on November 12. After the news of Basra’s death made it to the headlines, actors Anushka Sharma, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Emraan Hashmi and others expressed grief. Also Read: Dino Morea Expresses Being Unfortunate As He Was Unable To Work With Late Actor Asif Basra

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