The 40-year-old actress reportedly committed suicide on Aug.2. A day before her death, Anupama went live on Facebook (unverified account) where she spoke about feeling cheated and not being able to trust anyone.
"If you confide to someone that you are going through some problems and feel suicidal, that person, no matter how good a friend he or she is, will immediately ask you to keep them away from your problems so that they don't get into trouble after you die. Also people will make fun of you and disrespect you in front of others. So never share your problems with anyone and never consider anyone your friend," Anupama said in Hindi in her Aug.1 Facebook live video.
"Be the person whom everybody can trust be never trust anyone. I have learnt this in my life. People are very selfish and don't care for others," she added in the video.
Anupama Pathak poses for a photograph during an event. Facebook photo
Bhojpuri film and television actress Anupama hailed from Bihar's Purnea district and resided in Mumbai for work purpose. A complaint has been registered with the police and investigation has started.
As per reports, a suicide note has been recovered where the actress has written about investing Rs10,000 in a company named Wisdom Producer Company in Malad and not getting it back even after maturity date in December 2019. Unconfirmed reports also stated that she has allegedly named a person called Manish Jha, who took her two-wheeler at her hometown during the lockdown and never returned it.
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