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Updated At: Jul 10, 2021 01:05 PM (IST)


Line producer of The Kashmir Files, Sarahna, died by suicide. Anupam Kher, who plays a key role in the film, took to his Instagram handle and penned a heartfelt note.
The actor posted a picture and a BTS video which is from Sarahna’s birthday celebration. Anupam wrote, “This is #Sarahna. She was the line producer of #KashmirFiles when I was shooting for the film at Dehradun & Mussoorie. She was bright, brilliant, helpful and excellent at her job. I pray for her soul and hope her mother and brother #Antriksh can deal with this loss. It is so sad!! #OmShanti.”
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