Divvya Chouksey no more, shared goodbye note hours before death


Mumbai, Jul 12 (IANS): Actress Divvya Chouksey, who worked in the film "Hai Apna Dil Toh Awara", passed away on Sunday.

Her demise was confirmed by a condolence message posted by actor Sahil Anand on his verified Instagram account.

"You will be missed badly by your bhaiya @divvyachouksey .... your passion, your dream, your go getter attitude, your positivity towards our industry was unmatched to anyone I have met but maybe god had some other plans for you ...I am sure you are in a better place now and in peace ...your bhaiya loves you and will always love you .You will always be alive in my memories and in my heart," Sahil wrote.

Actor-singer Suyyash Rai commented: "RIP".

Divya's demise followed a long battle with cancer, according to a report in hindustantimes.com

A few hours before her demise, Divvya had posted a heartbreaking note for her Instagram followers.

"Words cannot suffice what I want to convey, the more the less, since it's been months am absconded and bombarded with plethora of messages. It's time I tell you guys, I am on my death bed. S**t happens. I am strong. Be there another life of non suffering. No questions please. Only god knows how much you mean to me. DC Bye," she had written.

Apparently, Divvya's cousin Soumya Amish Verma has confirmed the news on an unverified Facebook account.

"Mujhe bade dukh ke saath yeh batana padh raha hai ki meri cousin Divvya Chouksey ka cancer ki wajah se bohot chhoti si umar mein aaj nidhan ho gaya hai (It is heartbreaking to inform you all that my cousin Divvya Chouksey died at a very young age due to cancer)," Soumya wrote.

  

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