The author of the popular Indian drama ‘Tarak Mehta Ka Ulta Chashma’ has committed suicide out of frustration. His body has been recovered from his house in Mumbai.
Abhishek Makwana, a popular Indian drama judge, was found dead at his home in Mumbai’s Kandivali area, police said.
Police also found a suicide note from his home, in which he described his financial situation and the reasons for the drastic move.
A police official told Indian media that the author of the popular play had written a suicide note in Gujarati.
The official revealed that Abhishek Makwana in his note talked about the difficulties of his personal life as well as financial troubles.
According to the police official, the Indian author wrote in his last letter that he has been suffering from this condition for the last several months.
According to media reports, in the letter, Abhishek Makwana also apologized to his family and said that he had tried his best to fight the situation but they could not do it anymore as the problems were only increasing.
After the Indian writer’s suicide attempt, his brother Janice Makwana remembered Abhishek Makwana on social media in a very emotional way.
“What should I write?” He wrote. The writer left me alone and went too far.
“You deceived me, you pushed me into a ditch, I ask why you took this step,” Janice Makwana wrote to her brother. Why did you leave me alone But why?
Remembering his brother, he wrote, ‘Who will hug me now? Who is it that I will call brother now? ‘
Police are continuing their investigation into the alleged act of the famous Indian playwright.