The untimely demise of 44-year-old TV actor Sameer Sharma has put the fraternity in a state of shock. The actor who appeared in the show Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke was reportedly found hanging from the ceiling fan in his apartment in Malad. It was the watchman who spotted him hanging, and alerted the authorities. As the news made of his death made it to the headlines, many TV actors took to social media to mourn his death. Now, a video of the late actor crying has surfaced on the internet.
The video of Sameer Sharma has him talking about a client who asked him to repay the money as they somehow incurred losses because of him. He mentions in the video that they took away his shirt, pants, shoes and other belongings. Later, he is heard conversing with someone who has come in to ask for his mobile too. Soon Sameer Sharma, who also appeared in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, bursts into tears and appears inconsolable.
It is unclear where the video was shot. Check out the video here.
Over Sameer Sharma's demise, we got in touch with his Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke co-star Pooja Joshi, who said that she is in complete shock. "I am extremely shocked with the news. I can't even imagine he can do something like this. The moment I heard this news mere haath pair thande ho gaye. But then I felt it’s fake news because earlier also his death hoax made news. I remember my sister asking me this person has died and I was like no he is part of our show and alive. That time he was doing a show called Bhuttu, I guess, when hoax of his death made headlines. Today also I felt aisa hi kuch hai, hoax hai. But unfortunately, this time it wasn’t one. This year is so bad that I would not even like to count this year,” Pooja Joshi said. (Also Read: Sameer Sharma Death: Late Actor’s Former Co-star Vatsal Sheth, Sneha Wagh, Gurmeet Choudhary Express Grief Over His Untimely Demise)
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