Main southern Indian TV actress VJ Chitra’s demise has now snowballed into a serious controversy, together with her dad and mom accusing her husband of killing her.
Chitra, finest identified for taking part in Mullai Kathiravan aka Mulla within the Tamil blockbuster TV serial Pandian Shops, was discovered hanging from the ceiling fan at a resort room on the outskirts of the southern Indian metropolis of Chennai within the wee hours of December 9.
In accordance with media studies, Chitra had checked into that resort after coming back from a shoot, and she or he was staying there together with her husband Hemanth. By the way, Chitra had posted her footage in a purple and inexperienced silk saree from a photoshoot simply hours earlier than her demise.
Although police have claimed that the TV actor had dedicated suicide “over monetary points”, Chitra’s mom has alleged that her husband took her daughter’s life. “It is her husband. I’m going to kill him with my very own arms to avenge Chitra’s demise,” she instructed the media on Friday.
Police have, nevertheless, dominated out any foul play. “We’ve got not recovered any suicide be aware, however an post-mortem has confirmed that the actor died of suicide. An investigation continues to be underway and we’ve got additionally grilled Hemanth in reference to the demise,” a senior police official mentioned.
Aside from appearing in a variety of TV serials, Chitra had hosted a slew of reveals on main Tamil tv channels, together with Makkal TV, Jaya TV and Zee Tamizh.
A number of movie and TV celebrities have already condoled Chitra’s premature demise.
“When a life stuffed with vitality is snuffed away too quickly. What drives them far distant? Want she had reached out to somebody, anybody. By no means knew her personally, but felt the ache. Hope you might have discovered what you have been searching for, peace,” tweeted actress Khushboo.
“Unhappy to listen to about demise by suicide early right this moment morning of tv & serial actress #VJChitra of #PandianStores serial fame,” common southern actor Sreedhar Pillai wrote on the social media platform on Wednesday, hours after her demise.