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Ali Goni’s eyes moistened after remembering Siddharth Shukla, reached late actor’s house with Jasmin Bhasin

Actor Siddharth Shukla said goodbye to this world on Thursday, after which stars and fans are remembering the actor. While fans are paying tribute to the actor on social media, on the other hand the stars are reaching Siddharth’s house.

Ali-Jasmine arrived to give the last farewell
Let us inform that Ali Goni and Jasmin Bhasin also reached Mumbai after getting information about Siddharth’s death. Photos and videos of Jasmine-Ali reaching Mumbai airport and then outside Siddharth’s house are becoming increasingly viral on social media. At the same time, remembering Siddharth in a video, Ali Goni’s eyes are also looking moist.

Varun Dhawan to Rahul Vaidya appeared
Everyone is shocked by the death of Siddharth Shukla. No one had imagined that a person who is always happy and always makes others happy will one day make everyone sad. Along with Rahul Vaidya, Disha Parmar, Rashmi Desai, Varun Dhawan, Karanvir Bohra, Manish Paul, Prince Narula, Asim Riaz and Hindustani Bhau, many stars have reached Siddharth’s house to bid his last farewell.

Shukla’s acting debut
Siddharth Shukla made his TV debut in the year 2008 with Sony TV’s ‘Babul Ka Aangan Chhote Na’. Siddharth played the character of Shubh Ranaut in the show. The show ended in February 2009. After this, Siddharth Shukla appeared in the TV show ‘Jaane Pehchan Se.. Ye Ajnabee’ in 2009 itself. Siddharth played the character of Veer in this show. After this show, Siddharth was also seen in a few episodes of the horror show Aahat.

Career got flight from Balika Vadhu
Siddharth’s career got a flight with the TV show Balika Vadhu. Siddharth played the character of Shivraj in the show, which was very much liked by the audience. Siddharth also won ITA’s ‘Great Performer of the Year’ award for this show. In the show, Siddharth’s character died while fighting terrorists.



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