Akshay Kumar remembers Sandeep Nahar as a 'smiling young man' in tweet
The late actor posted this picture of him along with Akshay Kumar on his Instagram account.Instagram/ @sandeepnahar_official

Akshay Kumar remembers Sandeep Nahar as a 'smiling young man' in tweet

Akshay Kumar took to Twitter to condole the death of his Kesari co-actor, Sandeep Nahar; The late actor's post and video - posted by him before he allegedly died by suicide - was deleted.

On Tuesday, Akshay Kumar took to Twitter to express his condolences over co-actor Sandeep Nahar's death. Meanwhile, the late Kesari actor’s last post, along with his last video, was deleted from his Facebook page. Sandeep was reportedly found hanging in his bedroom and is believed to have died by suicide.

Akshay, who worked with Sandeep in Kesari, tweeted: "Heartbreaking to know about #SandeepNahar's passing away. A smiling young man passionate for food as I remember him from Kesari. Life's unpredictable. Please seek help if ever feeling low. Peace for his soul. (sic)"

According to the reports, the Mumbai Police is investigating the matter, but have ruled out ruled play after preliminary examination.

The actor was reportedly found hanging from the ceiling fan by his wife and her friends. They hurried him to a Goregaon hospital, but he was declared dead on arrival. The officials’ said that no complaint has been filed so far by the Nahar's family.

The late actor had uploaded a video along with the post talking about stress in career and marriage, which has not been deleted from his account.

Sandeep, who worked in films - MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Khandaani Shafakhana, and Kesari – wrote in his long post, "I would've died by suicide a long time ago but I chose to give myself the time and hope that things would get better, but they didn't. I now have nowhere to go. I don't know what awaits me after I take this step, but I've been through hell in this life. I have only one request after I am gone, please don't say anything to Kanchan (his wife) but do get her treated."

(With inputs from IANS)

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