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'Mahakali' actor Gagan Kang cremated in Mumbai

Television actors Gagan Kang, who died in a road accident on Saturday, was cremated on Sunday evening in Mumbai. According to the media reports, Gagan's last rites were held in Charkop Hindu crematorium.


  |  Updated On : August 21, 2017 12:02 AM
'Mahakali' actor Gagan Kang gets cremated in Mumbai

'Mahakali' actor Gagan Kang gets cremated in Mumbai

New Delhi :  

Television actors Gagan Kang, who died in a road accident on Saturday, was cremated on Sunday evening in Mumbai. According to the media reports, Gagan's last rites were held in Charkop Hindu crematorium.

Reportedly, the 'Mahakali' actor was killed in a road accident along with co-star Arijit Lavania and a spot boy while they were on their way back to Mumbai from Ahmedabad.

The accident took place on Ahmedabad- Mumbai Highway. Gagan, who was behind the wheels at the time of the accident, lost control of the car after which it rammed into a container, killing all three on the spot.

Reportedly, Arijit's body will be flown to his hometown Agra where his last rites will be held.

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Gagan and Arijit's death has left the tinselvile in grave shock.

“We are shocked and saddened by the tragic news. I dont think we will ever come to terms with this tragedy …Our hearts go out to the families and we stand with them. Both Arijit and Gagan were good actors and extremely sincere towards their craft,” Siddharth Kumar Tewary, producer of 'Mahakali: Anth Hi Aarambh Hai' said in a statement.

CINTAA also expressed grief and offered help to the family of the deceased.

The police has registered the case of accidental death and probing into the matter. The media reports suggest that the cops are waiting for the autopsy reports to figure out if Gagan was drunk at the time of accident.

First Published: Sunday, August 20, 2017 11:59 PM


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