INDIAN TV star Susheel Gowda has died after taking his own life yesterday, it has been reported.
The social media influencer, known for his role on show Anthapura, died in his home town of Mandya.
After local media reported this death, tributes poured in on social media.
Former colleague and actress Amita Ranganath said: “I got the news from my friend.
"I still can’t believe that he is no more. He was such a sweet and soft hearted person who never loses his cool.
"It’s been very sad to know that he has left us so early. He had the talent to achieve more in the entertainment industry.”
Aravind Koushik, who directed Anthapura, wrote on Facebook: "Sad news I heard.
"Susheel Gowda who played the lead in the tv serial Antahpura that I directed is no more. Rest in Peace."
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