Since the suicide note which was recovered from Kushal's body mentioned that nobody is to be blamed for his death, the police filed an Accidental Death Report (ADR) in the matter, ruling out any foul play.
Actor Karanvir Bohra on Friday shocked everyone when he announced the news of Kushal's death with a heartfelt post on his Instagram.
She also rushed to Kushal's house. "You will always be remembered sad a guy who lived a full life", Bohra added.
The post was flooded with comments from actors who were shocked at the revelation.
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Kushal also appeared in the 2004 film Hrithik Roshan's film Lakshya, after which he was also seen in Ajay Devgan's film Kaal.
They came together to Kushal's residence. I am so so sorry We couldn't be there when u probably needed us all the most. Kushal's desire for son is also seen from his social media account. Guess Its true when they say, "The happiest Faces hide the Most saddened Hearts". Always smiling and happy. I pray you have found the peace that you were looking for. Deeply disturbed. Hope you are at peace wherever your are. You wonder, 'What went so terribly wrong for this to happen? But it's so hard, so unfair when a soul leaves much too soon. The show was hosted by Shah Rukh Khan and Saumya Tandon in 2011.
According to law enforcement authorities, Punjabi left a note at the scene leaving instructions to his family to divide his assets, with half to be shared by his parents and sister, and the other half left to his three-year-old son, Kian. He rose to fame by winning the Indian version of Wipeout and winning the prize money of Rs 50 lakh.