Comedian Siddharth Sagar has finally opened up on his missing reports and claimed that he was being mentally harassed by family.
There have been reports that 'The Kapil Sharma Show' actor was missing since November. His friend even made a post on social media seeking help in approaching Sagar.
Besides, reports of his tiff with parents also suggested a foul play in Siddharth's missing case.
However, clearing all the air, Siddharth recently shared a video on Instagram saying that although he has gone through a bad time lately, he is in safe hands now.
In the video, the Comedy Circus actor is seen saying that his family created a lot of troubles for him and even harassed him mentally.
However, he claims to be safe and sound now and has assured to come out in media in a couple of days.
"I had been getting constant calls from the media and my friends. I have gone through a lot of difficulty in the last few months. I had done a NC (non-cognizable police report) against my family and they created further troubles for me," Siddharth said.
He further added, "I am right now in safe hands and the people with whom I am staying, really helped me a lot. Give me a couple of more days and I would come out in open to talk about what I went through. Seeing the concern of so many people, I decided to post this video. I will soon share my ordeal with all of you. Thanks for being there."
Notably, Siddharth, who has shared the screen space with Kapil Sharma Krushna Abhishek, Bharti Singh etc, doesn't share a good rapport with his parents.
In fact, as per a report published in Spotboye, his father has admitted to taking some stern steps to 'tame his son' as well.