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Tragic Death of Actor Noor Malabika Das Sparks Concern; Suspected Suicide

Noor Malambika

Mumbai: The untimely demise of actor Noor Malabika Das has sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry, as the Mumbai Police launch investigations into what appears to be a tragic case of suicide. Noor, known not only for her acting prowess but also for her past career as an air hostess, was discovered lifeless in her apartment in Mumbai’s Lokhandwala on June 6.


According to police sources, concerns were raised by neighbors who detected an unusual odor emanating from Noor’s residence. Acting on these reports, the Oshiwara Police intervened, gaining access to her flat where they made the grim discovery. Noor’s body, in an advanced state of decomposition, was found hanging from a ceiling fan, leading authorities to initially classify the incident as a suicide.

The 37-year-old actor, originally from Assam, had carved a niche for herself in the realm of Hindi web series, portraying leading roles in acclaimed productions such as “Siskiyaan,” “Walkaman Upaya,” and “Charamsukh.” Her talent extended to the silver screen as well, where she played a supporting role alongside esteemed actor Kajol in “The Trial.”

In light of the tragic circumstances surrounding Noor’s death, the All Indian Cine Workers Association has urged Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Home Minister Devendra Fadnavis to ensure a thorough investigation into the incident, underscoring the need for clarity and justice in this distressing affair. As authorities delve deeper into the circumstances surrounding Noor Malabika Das’s passing, the entertainment community mourns the loss of a promising talent, while grappling with the broader issues of mental health and well-being within its ranks.

Suicide is not a solution to any problem. If you are in distress, please seek help from mental health experts. Call the toll-free helpline number 9152987821.

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