Tragic Memory: Late 14-Year-Old Shivlekh Singh Had Danced At Surbhi Tiwari's Sangeet Ceremony

Diya Aur Baati Hum actress Surbhi Tiwari gets emotional while informing that Shivlekh Singh had danced on her sangeet celebrations in February. Shivlekh passed away just few days back in a road accident

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Tragic Memory: Late 14-Year-Old Shivlekh Singh Had Danced At Surbhi Tiwari's Sangeet Ceremony
TV actress Surbhi Tiwari's voice was choking with emotion when we called her the other day to talk about Shivlekh Singh, who passed away in a road accident near Bilaspur recently. The actress who married just 4 months back to a Delhi-based pilot said she just could not believe it that the 14-year-old Shivlekh is no more.

"I called up his father. We had become such good family friends after Shivlekh and I worked on a show for a brief period of time," she revealed. "Singhs had even almost shifted to Mumbai after Shivlekh started getting good work on TV and his Dad too had settled down in some work here. Now, I don't think they  will stay anymore in Mumbai."


Surbhi also told us that Shivlekh and his parents had attended her sangeet ceremony in Mumbai and the kid had danced at the function. "He was not only a fine actor but a good dancer too. I will miss him very much. The accident has been terribly tragic. It was a very tough call to talk to his Dad, he could barely speak."

Update on Shivlekh Singh's death is still awaited if the driver of the truck that collided with the car that carried Singhs has been arrested or not. Shivlekh's parents and their car's driver however had met with injuries that could be attended when they were rushed to a nearby hospital. Shivlekh's father who had spoken to us two days after the accident had said that his son was sitting with him and his wife in the backseat, when the tragedy took place.

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