Inder Kumar Suicide Viral Video: It’s FAKE & Here’s The REAL Truth Behind It!

Inder Kumar Suicide Viral Video: It’s FAKE & Here’s The REAL Truth Behind It!

Bollywood actor Inder Kumar, who was seen with Salman Khan in films like Wanted & Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaye, took his last breathe in 2017 as he suffered from a cardiac arrest. Today, a suicide video of Inder Kumar went viral on the internet in which we can see him recording a message before the suicide.

In video, we can see him crying over his failure and how he has disappointed his family. He also accuses himself of being an alcoholic and ladies’ man. Check out the video here:

Inder Kumar Suicide Viral Video: It’s FAKE & Here’s The REAL Truth Behind It!

But soon after this video started doing the rounds, Inder Kumar’s wife Pallavi Kumar called for a press conference to clear the air. During the press conference, the family said that the particular video going viral is a scene from Inder’s unreleased film Phatti Padi Hai Yaar.

Well, this puts all the rumours and speculations to rest.

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Inder worked in films like Masoom, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, Tirchhi Topiwale, Kunwara, Baaghi and Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye too. He also made an appearance as the lead character Mihir Virani in the popular show Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. Earlier this year, he was shooting for Phati Padi Hai Yaar.

In 2014, Inder had hit the headlines for being arrested on charges of rape after a 23-year-old model-cum-actress lodged a complaint accusing him of raping her after promising to give her lead roles in Bollywood movies.

The post Inder Kumar Suicide Viral Video: It’s FAKE & Here’s The REAL Truth Behind It! appeared first on Koimoi.

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