Viral suicide video of Inder Kumar is a scene from his own film, wife Pallavi Saraf says
The famous co-host of Salman Khan in the films Tumko Na Bhool Payenge, Wanted, and Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye, Inder Kumar’s untimely death had shaken the film industry from the roots. He passed away in July of last year at the early age of only 44 years. Doctors say the reason for his death was cardiac arrest.
But, a video has surfaced on the internet recently that has been going viral these days shows Inder Kumar in a painful grief emotion. He is crying and talking about all his bad experiences and mistakes that ruined his life and made him take the big decision in his life: suicide. He is shooting the video himself where he is drinking, weeping, and was seemed to be in an inebriated state of mind. Numerous speculations have risen about the actual cause of his death.
The viral suicide video is believed to be shot by Inder Kumar just before committing suicide and people think it to be true. Pallavi Saraf, wife of Inder Kumar was seen doing a press conference today where she deliberately and confidently speaks about the truth behind her husband’s death. She calls it a scene from a film ‘Phatti Padi Hai Yaar’ that Inder had shot around a year and a half ago. She tells that people are confusing the scene from the film with his real life.
He also described in the conference what her husband was going through in the past few years since the rape case was accused on him. Though he was disturbed and deliberately needed help he never thought of giving up. He was really deteriorated thinking that his name would be dragged into all of this and was concerned but he fought for it till the last.
Inder Kumar made his debut in Bollywood in the year 1996 in Masoom and slowly and steadily went ahead to get success by doing side roles alongside Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan. He later came back to television where he played the role of Mihir in Kyuki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. After Inder was accused of rape, he was sentenced to jail for 45 days that left him with no work and money from the industry.