Mandira Bedi Shares First Tweet After Raj Kaushal's Death; Posts An Unseen Picture With Her Late Husband And Says 'RIP My Raji'

Mandira Bedi's husband Raj Kaushal passed away recently due to heart attack. Taking to Instagram, Mandira shared an unseen picture of the couple.

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Mandira Bedi Shares First Tweet After Raj Kaushal's Death; Posts An Unseen Picture With Her Late Husband And Says 'RIP My Raji'
It is a difficult time for Mandira Bedi and her family. The actor and TV presenter lost her husband, filmmaker Raj Kaushal on Wednesday due to heart attack. The actress now shared an unseen picture with her late husband, her second social media post since his death. Taking to Twitter, she shared an adorable throwback photo and wrote, 'RIP my Raji'. In the picture, she is dressed in a white top and denim shorts, while Raji is seen happily pointing towards the camera.

Actor Suresh Menon replied to her tweet saying, 'God give you immense strength to bear this great loss, our prayers with you and your lovely family.' The actress recently shared a series of pictures of the couple on her Instagram and simply captioned them with a broken heart emoji. Earlier, she changed her Instagram profile picture as well. Raj Kaushal's sudden death left everyone in shock.

Raj Kaushal is known for his films like 'Shaadi Ka Laddoo' and 'Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi'. He has also produced many films. The filmmaker's last rites were held at Shivaji Park crematorium, Dadar. Earlier, in an interview with ETimes, music director Sulaiman Merchant shared what happened before his sad demise. He said, 'Raj was feeling uneasy in the evening. He took an antacid tablet.' He further narrated how Raj informed Mandira that he was having a heart attack and she instantly called Ashish Chaudhary.

'Raj told Mandira that he was getting a heart attack. Mandira acted swiftly and called Ashish Chaudhary, who rushed to their place. Mandira and Ashish put him in the car but he was losing consciousness. I think they drove off, taking him to the Lilavati hospital if I'm not wrong. But in the next 5-10 minutes they realised that he had no pulse. Before they reached the doctor, it was too late,' he added.





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