A complete case of confusion, on Friday Hindi- Bengali actress Mishti Mukherjee breathed her last, with many paying their condolence to the grieving family and praying for her soul to rest in peace, they happened to tag and mention another young actress. Mistaking Mishti Chakraborty for Mishti Mukherjee on the social media platform, so much so that the actress had to take to her social media account to clear the confusion, stating she being alive by the god’s grace.
Mishti Chakraborty’s clarification post on her social media account read, “According to few media reports, I died today... by God’s grace I am hale and hearty and have a long way to go guys.” Just to give you a little info about the actress, Mishti marked her Bollywood debut with showman Subhash Ghai’s Kaanchi: The Unbreakable in the year 2014. Along with being seen in Hindi movies she is also equally active in Telugu and Malayalam films. She was last seen in Kangana Ranaut starrer Manikarnika.
Check out Mishti’s post below-
Meanwhile, the actress who passed away on Friday was known for her work in Bengali films, she also debuted in Bollywood, with the movie Life Ki Toh lag Gayi released in 2012. Followed by which she was seen in 2013’s Main Krishna Hoon in a special appearance. ALSO READ: Actress Mishti Mukherjee Passes Away Due To Kidney Failure
As per reports in ABP news, the reason of the actress’ death was due to Keto diet and kidney failure, “Actress Mishti Mukherjee who marked her brilliance in many films and music videos with her ace acting is no more. Due to keto diet, her kidney failed in Bangalore and she breathed her last on Friday night,the actress suffered a lot of pain. Unforgettable and unfortunate loss. May her soul rest in peace. She is survived by her parents and brother.” ALSO READ: Mishti Mukherjee No More: Ex-Bigg Boss Contestant Kashmera Shah Offers Condolence, ‘Gone Too Soon Too Young’
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