Telugu TV actor Naga Jhansi kills herself in Hyderabad, police investigate

Police said that she hanged herself from the ceiling fan in her bedroom

Police said that she hanged herself from the ceiling fan in her bedroom

Naga Jhansi, an upcoming TV actress, committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling at her residence at Nagarjuna Nagar in Hyderabad.

According to Punjagutta police, Naga Jhansi (21), native of Vadali village of Mudinepalli block in Andhra Pradesh's Krishna district, was found hanging from a ceiling fan in her room at Sairam Residency in Srinagar Colony early on Wednesday. They broke open the door and found her dead.

According to reports, the actress was alone at home while she took the drastic step. Her brother Durga Prasad alerted the neighbours when she did not respond to repeated knocks on the door. Jhansi, who shot to fame through TV serial Pavitra Bandhan on MAA TV had also acted in several films. As reported by IB Times, the actress wanted to marry Surya aka Nani, but as his parents were against this marriage, he rejected the proposal.

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Following a complaint from her parents, the police rushed to her place and shifted the body to Gandhi Hospital in Secunderabad for post-mortem. The actress was allegedly in relationship with a guy named Surya for the last six months and her family was apparently not happy with their relationship. She was reportedly into depression for last few days. She left a suicide note stating that she was suffering from depression.

As per the sources, after having a fight with her family and alleged boyfriend, she committed suicide.

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