Actor Divya Agarwal's father dies of COVID-19; Ekta Kapoor, Neha Dhupia share condolences
Divya Agarwal's father had tested positive for the coronavirus earlier in the month and was admitted to a Mumbai hospital.
Television actor Divya Agarwal's father has died of COVID-19 on Wednesday and the actor announced the news on social media, alongside a picture of herself with him. The actor's father had tested positive for the virus earlier in the month and was admitted to a Mumbai
Divya's boyfriend, actor Varun Sood, also shared the same post on his Instagram account.
A number of celebrities from entertainment fraternity condoled the death of Divya's father.
Producer Ekta Kapoor wrote, "Sorry to hear ! Condolences! Pls stay strong," while actor Dishank Arora wrote, "I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences. More strength to you & your family. RIP."
Actor Krissann Barretto and Nepa Dhupia also shared their condolences.
A few days back Divya had shared a post urging fans to pray for her father's health.
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In this battle of life.. my dad has always taught me to be strong.. I’m hell of a strong daughter and will prove it to life that no matter how bad it is.. I’m going to face you with love n believe in god. My dad needs a lot of prayers .. saam daam dand bhed.. I’ll fight this.. I won’t sit at home n lock myself.. I’ll continue to work, laugh and be positive.. I’m fighting with God like a kid to a parent.. you have to give me my happiness.. and god is just testing.. I want to love and laugh in my life.. that’s my choice. I’m glad I have so many people around me standing right next to me.. my family, friends all of you ♥️ Zindagi tu ye bhi karle, dekh tera banda muskuraate huye sambhal jayega, datt kar khada reh bande, ye waqt bhi badal jayega.. I pen down my feelings.. #satnaamwaheguruੴ
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