Bigg Boss 7 Star Armaan Kohli’s Younger Brother Rajnish No More

Actor Armaan Kohli’s younger brother Rajnish leaves for his heavenly abode, he was fully dependent on Armaan states reports in the media

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Bigg Boss 7 Star Armaan Kohli’s Younger Brother Rajnish No More
It is a sad day for actor Armaan Kohli and his family as they bid final goodbye to his younger brother Rajnish Kohli. Industry photographer broke this sad news on his Instagram account. Rajnish passed away due to unexpected health issues. However, no specific reason for his death so far has been reported in the media. Unlike Armaan and his father Rajkumar Kohli who is a filmmaker, his now late brother was never seen in the media. Rajnish mostly stayed back at home.

As per reports, he was bound to a wheelchair and the actor took care of him for almost 40 years. Our heartfelt condolences to the Kohli family and we pray for Rajnish’s soul to rest in peace. So far there has been no official statement from the family. As he was not in the media, hence there are no pictures either of the actor’s late brother available on the internet.  After being seen in Salman Khan hosted TV reality show, Bigg Boss in its seventh season, Armaan had become a household name.

He was later seen in Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor starrer Prem Ratan Dhan Payo as Chirag Singh. He was also seen in the TV show, Tumhari Paakhi. Currently, as per his Wikipedia page, the actor has a movie titled No Means No scheduled for 2021.

The actor was also in a relationship with Kajol’s younger sister Tanishaa Mukerji after they met on BB7. But soon they parted ways, they dated for nearly a year, it was reported that Tanishaa slapped him, before calling it a quit. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 13: Sofia Hayat Says Makers Are Biased Towards Sidharth Shukla, ‘He Is Just Another Armaan Kohli’ - VIDEO
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