Yesterday, news of celebrity manager Disha Salian's death shocked one and all. The deceased used to manage celebrities like Sushant Singh Rajput, Varun Sharma and others in the past. She also used to handle the work of comedian Bharti Singh. As per the reports, Disha Salian committed suicide by jumping off the fourteenth floor of a high-rise building in Mumbai. She was dinning with her boyfriend and a few friends when the incident took place, say the reports. Now, Bharti has taken to social media to mourn her death.
On her Instagram stories, Bharti Singh shared a happy picture of Disha Salian and attached it with many crying emojis. She even wrote RIP on it. Further, TV actress Saumya Tandon too mourned Disha's death. The Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai actress spoke about the many deaths that happened in recent past and wrote, "So many young lives are gone Manmeet Grewal, Preksha Mehta and now Disha Salian. To everyone who is suffering. It’s tough very tough. Please hang in there. This too shall pass. I pray for you all."
Apart from these two, Sushant Singh Rajput and Varun Sharma also expressed grief and shock over Disha Salian's demise. While Sushant called it devastating, Varun Sharma mentioned that he is at loss of words and unable to believe that she is no more.
So many young lives are gone Manmeet Grewal, Preksha Mehta and now Disha Salion. To everyone who is suffering. It’s tough very tough. Please hang in there. This too shall pass. I pray for you all. 😔— Saumya Tandon (@saumyatandon) June 9, 2020
As per a report in Peeping Moon, Disha was with her boyfriend named Rohan Rai when she decided to take her life. She was taken to a private hospital in Borivali where she was declared dead. May her soul rest in peace. (Also Read: Fukrey Actor Varun Sharma Mourns The Sad Demise Of His Former Manager Disha Salian; Says ‘Am At A Loss Of Words’)
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