'Mirzapur' actor Bramha Mishra passes away, celebrities offer condolences
The cause of Bramha Mishra's demise is not known yet. Actor Divyenndu took to Instagram and informed everyone about the heartbreaking news
Mumbai: Actor Bramhaswaroop Mishra (36) who had appeared in the web series "Mirzapur", was found dead in his flat in suburban Versova on Thursday afternoon, police said.
As per PTI, Mishra was living alone in a rented flat in Inlex Nagar Society for the last four years, said an official. Neighbours complained to police on Thursday morning about a foul smell coming from the flat, he said.
A police team reached the spot and entered the flat after getting made a duplicate key. They found Mishra's partially decomposed body in the toilet, the official said. The body was sent to the civic-run Cooper hospital for autopsy and his brother Sandip Mishra who lives in Bhopal was informed, reported PTI.
Versova police has registered an Accidental Death Report and conducting further investigation, the official said.
Actor Divyenndu wrote, "RIP Brahma Mishra. Our Lalit is no more. Let's pray for him everyone."
The cause of Bramha Mishra's demise is not known yet.
Several other celebrities have also expressed their shock and grief after learning about the untimely demise of Bramha Mishra.
"Heartbreaking," actor Shriya Pilgaonkar wrote on Instagram.
"He brought a smile to a million faces. He will be missed. RIP Bramha Mishra," 'Mirzapur' creator Gurmmeet Singh mourned.
Bramha Mishra also starred in Akshay Kumar's movie 'Kesari'.
With inputs from agencies
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