Bollywood actor Sandeep Nahar, who starred in movies like ‘MS Dhoni: The untold story’ and ‘Kesari’, committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence in Mumbai’s Goregaon area on Monday, February 15. Hours before his death, Sandeep had posted a video and a “suicide note” on Facebook in which he blamed his wife Kanchan Sharma, mother-in-law and he also mentioned about “politics” he faced in Bollywood.
In his post he revealed that he was suffering at both personal and professional levels. He accused his wife, of him by picking up arguments almost every day on “issues of past” and blackmailing him.
“It’s not her mistake because her nature is such that she feels everything is normal, but it’s not normal for me. In the last two years, my life has changed completely. However, I have never shared anything with anyone. People feel that everything absolutely fine in my life… Kanchan has threatened to commit suicide at least 100 times,” Nahar said.
“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,” he said.
He has also worked in some popular Hindi TV shows such as Crime Patrol, CID, Savdhaan India and Diya Aur Baati Hum.