In the recent shocking turn of events, Sandeep Nahar died by suicide by hanging himself in the bedroom of his flat in Mumbai. Sandeep was a known face of Bollywood who was seen in many films including Akshay Kumar-led Kesari, Sushant Singh Rajput-led MS Dhoni and Ronit Roy-Mona Singh-Gurdeep Kohli starrer Kehne Ko Hai Humsafar among many others. Before taking the drastic step, Sandeep had penned a long note about his personal-professional life, struggles and hardships. On the same note, he had also accused his wife Kanchan and mother-in-law for mentally harassing him.
Now in the latest update, Mumbai Police have registered an abetment of suicide case against the late actor’s wife and mother-in-law. According to a report in Times Of India, Mumbai Police have recorded the statements of his wife, father and mother-in-law.
Sandeep had written about his life, wife and in-laws in the Facebook post, that read, “2 sal se life bilkul change ho gyi hai or yeh baatein mai kabhi kisi se share bhi nhi kar sakta dunia ko lagta hai ki unka kitna acha chal rha hai kyonki wo sab humre social post ya story dekhte hai jo ki sab jooth hoti hai iske kehne pe dalta ho ..dunia ko acha dikhne ke liye image achi rhe dalta hai bt sach bilkul opposite hai ..humari bilkul nhi banti .kanchan 2sal me100 se jayada bar suicide karlungi ke bare me bolti rehti hai tumhe fasa dungi dekho aj nobat yeh a gye hai ki mujhe yeh step uthana pad rha ho past ko lekar ladti hai meri izat nhi karti mujhe galia deti meri family ke bare me roj buraa bura bolti hai jo meri liye sun naa ab sehan se bahar hai.”
Sandeep was found dead at his Goregaon flat on February 15. Sandeep’s wife and kids had rushed him to the hospital where he was declared dead on arrival. His funeral will be performed in Punjab. (ALSO READ: Sandeep Nahar Dies By Suicide: Actor Hanged Himself In Bedroom Flat; Police Officials Discloses Details-REPORT)
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