Actor Aditya Singh Rajput dead at 32, found in washroom!

Aditya Singh Rajput found dead in washroom. Photo Credit: Instagram

Bollywood: A Tragic news has come from the entertainment industry as actor Aditya Singh Rajput was found dead in his bathroom at his apartment in Andheri. He is just 32 years old. He used to live on the 11th floor of a high-rise building in Mumbai. It was his friend who discovered him dead in the apartment’s washroom when he visited him. The Oshiwara police have confirmed that he is no more. An investigation has been launched and it is going on. It may uncover more details about how and why this has happened.

Suspected reason of death

The news of Aditya Singh Rajput’s death was also confirmed by news agency ANI. After the information was given to police, his body it was taken to a nearby hospital, where the doctors declared him dead upon arrival. The post-mortem examination will be done so that the exact reason of his death is known. However, as per initial reports, Aditya may have fallen prey to drug overdose, although this has not been officially confirmed.

His works history

Aditya Singh Rajput started his journey towards fame on in the entertainment industry when he was just 17 years old. He was born and brought up in Delhi and hailed from Uttarakhand. He completed his schooling in Delhi at Green Fields School. Aditya began his journey as a ramp model and went on become an actor, model and also had his hands in production work. He has played roles in films like “Krantiveer” and “Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara,” and became a part of 125 plus advertisements. Additionally, he gained more recognition after participating in famous reality shows “Splitsvilla Season 9”. He along with that worked on television programmes like “Love, Ashiqui,” “Code Red,” “Aawaz Season 9,” and “Bad Boy Season 4.” Notably, he was also doing casting.

The sudden and tragic death of Aditya Singh Rajput has left the industry and his fans in a state of mourning. The exact reason of his death will only be known after Autopsy.