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Ali Baba fame TV actress Tunisha Sharma dies by suicide at the age of 20

Actress Tunisha Sharma committed suicide on the sets of Ali Baba: Daastan-E-Kabul, her television show.

Ali Baba fame TV actress Tunisha Sharma dies by suicide at the age of 20
Tunisha Sharma (Source: Instagram)
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Last Updated: 02.07 PM, Dec 24, 2022

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Another devastating piece of news has now shaken the television industry. Tunisha Sharma, a TV actress who starred in Ali Baba: Dastaan-E-Kabul, is no more. On the Mumbai set of her show, she passed away. It appears that she committed suicide. The actress was filming scenes for Ali Baba: Dastaan-E-Kabul, her TV show. She committed suicide at Naigaon while working on the sets in the makeup area. When Tunisha arrived at the hospital, the medical staff declared her dead. She was only 20 years old.

The police have reached the sets of the show for further investigation. She was reportedly in Sheezan Mohammed Khan's makeup room, according to sources. After his shooting, Sheezan went back and found the room was locked. Tunisha was called at repeatedly to open the door, but she refused. Eventually, the door was forced open, and Tunisha was taken to the hospital. Sadly, she could not be saved.

ANI reported, "Maharashtra | TV actress Tunisha Sharma committed suicide by hanging herself on the set of a TV serial. She was taken to a hospital where she was declared brought dead: Waliv Police"

Tunisha was a child artist. With the Sony TV series Maharana Pratap, Tunisha Sharma made her acting debut as Chand Kanwar. She later played Princess Ahinkara in the Colors TV show Chakravartin Ashok Samrat. On the big screen, she appeared alongside Katrina Kaif and Vidya Balan. With Fitoor, Tunisha made her acting debut as the younger Katrina Kaif. In Baar Baar Dekho, she followed suit. In Kahaani 2, she appeared on film alongside Vidya Balan. Her appearances on Television shows including Internet Wala Love, Ishq Subhallah, Gayab, and Sher-E-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh made her a well-known face.

According to her online presence, Tunisha Sharma was active on Instagram just hours before she passed away. She even shared a picture of the set with the caption, "Those who are driven by their Passion Doesn't." She was wearing a costume and had a screenplay in her hand when the picture was taken.