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The Trial co-actress Noor Malabika Das found dead at home; suicide suspected


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Actress Noor Malabika Das, who worked with Kajol in the streaming show The Trial, was found dead at her residence in the Lokhandwala area of Mumbai.
Police suspect it to be a case of suicide, according to media reports.
Noor, originally from Assam, had previously worked as an air hostess with Qatar Airways.
Her body was recovered from her flat after her neighbours noticed a foul smell and alerted the authorities.
Mumbai police personnel had to break open the door after receiving no response from inside.
Upon entering, they found her body in a decomposed state, hanging from a ceiling fan.
Following standard procedures, the police filed a complaint and attempted to contact her family, but no immediate family members came forward to claim her body.
Media reports indicate that the police have collected samples, including medicines and mobile phones, from her home as part of the investigation.

Cine workers’ body seeks probe into
possible murder
In a case of suspected suicide of former air-hostess-turned-actress Noor Malabika Das, was found dead at her rented flat in Mumbai four days ago, creating ripples in the film circles, official sources said on Monday.
Following the tragic incident, the All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) has called upon Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde and Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis to demand a thorough investigation into the matter, consider the possibility of foul play, and explore a potential murder angle in the case.
Hailing from Assam, Mumbai-born Malabika (31) worked as a stewardess with Qatar Airways for several years before switching careers to become an actress.
The police said that following complaints of a foul smell emanating from her home in Oshiwara on Saturday, a team broke open the door and found her partly mutilated and decomposing body.
She had allegedly hanged herself on Thursday (June 6), but it was only after the neighbours’ complained of foul smell that the matter came to light.
“This underscores a serious issue within the Bollywood and the broader Indian film industry, where reports of suicides among actors and actresses are alarmingly frequent. It is imperative for the government to investigate the underlying causes behind these recurring tragedies in the Indian film industry,” the AICWA said in a post on X post. (IANS)


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