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Actress Noor Malabika Das Found Dead in Suspected Suicide at Mumbai Home

Ullu Actress Noor Malabika Das' Suspected Suicide Shocks Etertainment Industry

Ullu actress Noor Malabika Das was found dead in her Mumbai residence in a tragic occurrence; the cause of death is suspected to be suicide. The former air hostess, who made the switch to acting, has a history of noteworthy roles in a number of online series and motion pictures.

Discovery and Immediate Action

Noor Malabika Das, a 37-year-old actress known for her roles in several Ullu web series, was discovered in a decomposed state in her Lokhandwala apartment. Neighbors, alerted by a foul smell emanating from her flat, informed the police. Upon arrival, the authorities broke open the door to find her body and have since collected samples, including medicines and mobile phones, to aid their investigation.

Career Highlights

Originally from Assam, Noor Malabika Das moved to Mumbai after a successful stint as an air hostess with Qatar Airways. She gained popularity through her roles in Ullu web series such as ‘Siskiyan’, ‘Walkaman’, ‘Teekhi Chatni’, ‘Jaghanya Upaya’, ‘Charamsukh’, ‘Dekhi Andekhi’, and ‘Backrod Hustale’. Additionally, she starred alongside Kajol in the 2023 legal drama ‘The Trial’, showcasing her versatile acting skills.

Official Investigation and Autopsy

After doing an autopsy on Noor’s body, the authorities are waiting for further findings . To ascertain whether there were any contributing circumstances to her death, samples taken from her residence are being examined. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Home Minister Devendra Fadnavis have been requested by the All Indian Cine Workers Association to guarantee a thorough probe into the reported suicide.

Call for Industry-Wide Reforms

This tragic incident has reignited discussions about the recurring tragedies within the Indian film industry. The All Indian Cine Workers Association has called for a thorough examination of the underlying issues contributing to these tragic outcomes, emphasizing the need for better mental health support and safety measures for industry professionals.


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