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Sidharth Shukla’s cause of death inconclusive, no external injuries on body: Autopsy report

The cause of Sidharth Shukla's death remains inconclusive, as per initial reports. His funeral took place at Oshiwara cremation ground in Mumbai on Friday.

Written by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai |
Updated: September 4, 2021 8:46:50 am
SidharthSidharth Shukla passed away on Thursday at the age of 40.

Sidharth Shukla’s autopsy was carried out at a Mumbai hospital on Thursday. Initial reports suggest “no external injuries” were found on the body and the cause of death could not be established. A viscera analysis and other tests will be done to establish the cause of death. The 40-year-old TV and film actor died on Thursday. His untimely demise left the industry and his fans shocked.

Talking to Indian Express, the officials at Cooper Hospital said that the samples have been sent to Forensic Science Laboratory and chemical analysis and histopathology report are awaited. No internal or external injury marks were found on Sidharth’s body.

Sidharth’s final rites took place in Mumbai on Friday. His friends and colleagues were seen at the cremation ground as they paid their last tributes.


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Rahul Mahajan, Aly Gony, Aarti Singh, Rakhi Sawant, Azim Riaz among many more also visited Sidharth’s home.

Hailing from Mumbai, Sidharth Shukla made his acting debut with the Hindi TV show Babul Ka Aangann Chootey Na in 2008. He got his first major breakthrough after starring in the Colors TV show Balika Vadhu. This was followed by his stint in several reality TV shows, such as Khatron Ke Khiladi, India’s Got Talent and multiple seasons of Bigg Boss. He was the winner of Bigg Boss 13 and recently appeared on Bigg Boss OTT with Shehnaaz Gill. He is survived by his mother and sisters.

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