Actor Sandeep Nahar, who starred in Akshay Kumar’s Kesari and therefore the MS Dhoni biopic, allegedly died by suicide on Monday, hours after he wrote on Facebook about his intention of taking the acute step.
Nahar, a Mumbai resident, was declared brought dead when he was taken to SRV hospital in Goregaon West earlier within the evening. “His body has gone for postmortem,” Doctor Tripathi told to press.
In his long FB post, Nahar accused his wife of two years, Kanchan, and mother-in-law of relentlessly harassing and blackmailing him. The actor, who was also seen in ALT Balaji’s Kehne Ko Humsafar Hai, said that he and his wife were in an unhealthy relationship, which was riddled with constant fights and arguments. He, however, said nobody should be held liable for his death.
The actor wrote that he had thought of suicide as an answer before this too, but decided to offer things a while in hope of a change in his marital life. “Now, i will be able to need to take this step happily as this life has only shown me hell.”
Nahar also mentioned his disappointment with “politics” in Bollywood, which, he alleged, snatched away opportunities from him at the last moment.
A senior policeman said Nahar’s wife was present within the house when the incident happened. He added, “Upon realising what happened, she rushed him to 2 hospitals where he was declared brought dead.”
The local police have taken an accidental death report within the matter.