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Sidharth Shukla passed away in Mumbai's Cooper Hospital after suffering a massive heart attack in the morning.

The Indian showbiz industry woke up to the shocking news of actor Sidharth Shukla's death on Thursday. Colleagues and friends expressed their grief on Twitter. The actor passed away in Mumbai's Cooper Hospital after suffering a massive heart attack in the morning.

He was 40 years old and is survived by his mother and two sisters. A Cooper Hospital spokesperson said, that the actor was "brought dead" in the morning.

Actor and comedian Sunil Grover tweeted: "Shocked and sad to know about Sidharth Shukla. Gone too soon. Prayers. Rest in peace.". Actor R. Madhavan wrote: "Heartbreaking and tragic. Rest In Peace brother. Just don't have words to express my anguish."

Actor Aftab Shivdasani tweeted: "Extremely sad and shocking news of the passing of #SiddharthShukla, life is so so fragile. My deepest condolences to his family in this heartbreaking time. Prayers for his soul. Om Shanti." Actor Kushal Tandon uploaded a picture with Sidharth and tweeted: "Sad, shocking, May God gives strength to his mother, sister and family, RIP brother fly away into different world peacefully Om Shanti."



(Article originally published at IANSlife) IANS/SS


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