This Article is From Dec 28, 2019

Actor Kushal Punjabi, 37, Found Hanging At Mumbai Home, Cops Find Suicide Note

Karanvir Bohra announced the news of Kushal Punjabi's death on social media

Actor Kushal Punjabi, 37, Found Hanging At Mumbai Home, Cops Find Suicide Note

Television stars mourned Kushal Punjabi. (Image courtesy: Instagram)

Highlights

  • Kushal Punjabi died at the age of 37
  • He had worked in shows like Ishq Mein Marjawan and Hum Tum
  • Kushal Punjabi had also appeared in reality shows

Television actor Kushal Punjabi, who starred in shows like Ishq Mein Marjawan and Hum Tum, was found dead at his home in Mumbai's Pali Hill on Friday. The 37-year-old actor was found hanging and the police also found a suicide note, reported news agency ANI.

Another TV star, Karanvir Bohra, expressed shock on learning of Kushal Punjabi's death and wrote on social media: "Your demise has shocked the hell out of me. I'm still in denial, Kushal Punjabi. I know you are in a happier place, but this is unfathomable. The way you lead your life really inspired me in more ways than one.... but what was I to know. Your zest for dancing, fitness, off-road biking, fatherhood and above all that, that smiling face of yours, your happy-go-lucky nature your warmth all that was such ingenuity. I'm gonna miss you so much #kushlani. You will always be remembered as a guy who lived a full life."

Several television stars such as Karan Patel, Shweta Tiwari, Jay Bhanushali and Baba Sehgal also expressed grief over Kushal Punjabi's sudden death. Karan Patel paid a tribute to the actor and wrote: "RIP, my brother. Guess It's true when they say, "The happiest Faces hide the most saddened hearts". Seeing your spirit and zest for life, never in my wildest dreams would I have thought that you will bid your final goodbye to life in a way that will send a chill down our spines every time we think of you. Kushal Punjabi, you will be missed forever. Hope and pray you are in a better place. Still can't believe you're gone. Gone too soon."

Actor Baba Sehgal wrote: "I just cannot come to the terms that Kushal is no more. Always ready to face challenges of all kinds and such an adorable father. He was a friend but more like a younger brother to me. RIP #KushalPunjabi."

Kushal Punjabi is survived by wife Audrey Dolhen and son Kian. The actor had appeared in a number of movies such as Lakshya, Kaal, Salaam-e-Ishq and Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal. He had also featured in reality shows like Jhalak Dikhla Jaa and Fear Factor. The actor had also worked in soaps like Kasam Se, Dekho Magar Pyaar Se and Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa among more.

(With ANI inputs)

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