Marathi TV show Khulta Kali Khulena actress Mayuri Deshmukh’s husband, actor Aashutosh Bhakre dies by suicide. The actor passed away on Wednesday after he hung himself at his apartment in Nanded’s Ganesh Nagar area. According to a PTI report, on Wednesday, a police official revealed that Aashutosh Bhakre hanged himself in his Nanded residence. The official said that the incident was brought to notice on Wednesday afternoon after Bhakre’s parents found him hanging in the flat. Bhakre who was married to popular TV show Khulta Kali Khulena actress Mayuri Deshmukh passed away at the young age of 32.
Meanwhile, in a Times of India report, PI Anant Narute of the Shivaji Nagar police station in Nanded mentioned that the news of Aashutosh Bhakre’s demise came to them at around 1:30 PM. He said, “The news came to us around 1.30 pm. We have registered an accidental death report (ADR) as per standard procedure. We have recorded a statement from Aashutosh’s father, and he hasn’t blamed anyone for what happened. We haven’t spoken to any other family members as they are still coming to terms with the loss.”
While the late Aashutosh Bhakre’s father hasn’t blamed anyone for what happened, the actor was reportedly suffering from depression since the past few days. The police official also mentioned that the reason behind the actor taking such a drastic step in unknown. The official also revealed that Bhakre shared a video recently on his social media where he spoke about how he analyzed why a person tries to commit suicide. The reason behind the actor’s suicide was not yet known, the police official said. He was reportedly suffering from depression since the last few days and had recently shared a video on social media in which he analysed why a person commits suicide, the official said.
While Aashutosh Bhakre’s wife Mayuri Deshmukh rose to fame after her show Khulta Kali Khulena and also was part of 31 Diwas, the late actor has also featured in some Marathi films. Bhakre featured in films like Bhakar and Ichar Tharla Pakka. Also Read: Jitendra Joshi To Pay Tribute To Ratnakar Matkari Poems On 1st August
Image source: Instagram/ Aashutosh Bhakre
They say the best things in life are free! India’s favourite music channels 9XM, 9X Jalwa, 9X Jhakaas & 9X Tashan are available Free-To-Air. Make a request for these channels from your Cable, DTH or HITS operator.