October 1, 2023

Former Co-Star of Kapil Sharma’s Show Attempts Suicide in Disturbing Facebook Live Broadcast

In a shocking incident, Tirthanand Rao, a former co-star of popular comedian Kapil Sharma, made a distressing attempt to die by suicide during a live stream on Facebook. Rao, known for his comedic talents showcased on the show “Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe,” used the platform to make serious allegations against his live-in partner, accusing her of blackmail and extortion.

During the Facebook live video, viewers witnessed the alarming sight of Rao consuming a liquid from an insect repellant bottle. Deeply concerned, his friends, who were watching the live stream, immediately rushed to his residence and promptly transported him to the hospital.

Upon finding Rao unconscious, his friends wasted no time in contacting the authorities, alerting them to the distressing situation. In a heartfelt statement, Rao disclosed that he had been in a relationship with his partner since October and laid blame on her for his desperate action. He claimed that she had filed a police case against him and had been threatening him with forced marriage, compounding his already burdensome financial situation.

“I hold this woman responsible for my current state of emotional and financial distress,” Rao asserted, shedding light on the factors that led him to take such a drastic step.

Medical officials confirmed that Rao is currently receiving treatment at the hospital and his condition has since stabilized. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of mental health awareness and support systems within the entertainment industry.

Tirthanand Rao’s association with Kapil Sharma on “Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe” highlights the need for the industry to address the challenges faced by its members and create an environment that promotes well-being and psychological support.

As news of this distressing incident circulates, it is our hope that Rao receives the necessary care and support to overcome his struggles. May this serve as a wakeup call for the entertainment industry, urging it to prioritize the mental health of its artists and foster an atmosphere of compassion and understanding.