Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Sister Syama Passes Away At 26, Loses Battle To Breast Cancer

In a tragic course of events, Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s sister Syama Tamshi Siddiqui, 26, breathed her last after battling with breast cancer for eight years

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Sister Syama Passes Away At 26, Loses Battle To Breast Cancer
Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s younger sister Syama Tamshi Siddiqui breathed her last in Pune. Syama was battling with breast cancer for the past eight years and the news of her demise has been confirmed by the actor’s brother Ayazuddin Siddiqui, in a conversation with Amar Ujala. He also revealed that Nawazuddin was shooting in the USA when the tragedy took place. Reportedly, Syama’s funeral is slated to take place on Sunday at Nawazuddin’s ancestral village in Uttar Pradesh, Budhana, where his entire family resides.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui was extremely close to his sister and on her 25th birthday, he had taken to his social media to reveal about Syama’s diagnosis as he penned a heartwarming note for her. He stated how Syama was diagnosed with an advanced stage of breast cancer when she was just 18. “My sister ws diagnosed of advanced stage #breastcancer @ 18 bt it ws her will power & courage dat made her stand agnst all d odds she turns 25 2day & still fighting M thankful 2 Dr.@koppiker & @Lalehbusheri13 fr motivating her & m rly grateful 2 @resulpSir fr introducng me 2 dem,” he wrote alongside a picture of them.

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Life is indeed unpredictable!

The entire team of SpotboyE offers their heartfelt condolences to the Siddiqui family in their tough times and hopes that the departed soul rests in peace.

On the work front, Nawazuddin Siddiqui was last seen in Sacred Games 2 and Motichoor Chaknachoor alongside Athiya Shetty. He also had a special appearance in Akshay Kumar’s Housefull 4.

image source: twitter/Nawazuddin_S
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