Shehnaaz Gills and Sidharth Shukla. File
Gulf Today Report
Indian actor Sidharth Shukla was cremated in Mumbai on Friday.
The “devastated” girlfriend Shehnaaz Gill joined Shukla’s family for his final rites in Mumbai.
Sidharth Shukla died after suffering a massive heart attack on Thursday at the age of 40.
The last rites of the “Big Boss 13” winner, which took place on Friday, were attended by the actor's close friends and family members.
Celebrities including Arjun Bijlani and models Aly Goni and Asim Riaz arrived at Sidharth's house earlier in the day.
They were later joined by Prince Narula and Yuvika Chaudhary, Nikki Tamboli, Rashami Desai, Rakhi Sawant and others.
Shehnaaz Gill was spotted crying, and entering Sidharth's house. She later accompanied the actor's family for his cremation.
A 10-second video has been put up by a fan club going by the name Shehnaaz_ki_updates on Twitter.
The clip, which currently has 188,000 views on the micro-blogging website, shows Shehnaaz calling out 'Sidharth' as she is seen running towards the hearse, which was carrying the mortal remains of the actor.
Shehnaaz's brother Shehbaaz can be seen walking behind his mourning sister.
According to the doctors at the Cooper Hospital, which announced Sidharth's death on Thursday, the Balika Vadhu star was already dead by the time he reached the hospital.
"He was brought dead to the hospital some time ago," a senior Cooper Hospital official told reporters.
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