- Brahma Mishra. was found dead at his home in Mumbai
- “We were in great shock,” Divyendu said.
- “We arrived at his place and unfortunately it was true,” he said.
mirzapur Star Divyendu says he is “devastated” and “still in denial” after the death of his co-star and close friend Bramha Mishra. Police told news agency PTI that Mr Mishra, 36, was found dead at his home in Mumbai. An autopsy will be conducted at the Cooper Hospital in Mumbai; According to PTI, a case of accidental death has been registered and the police will investigate further. Divyendu, whose mirzapur The character shared a close onscreen relationship with the character of Brahm Mishra, told Hindustan Times That he reached Mr. Mishra’s house after being alerted by a mutual friend.
Divyendu told Hindustan Times, “We were in complete shock. We reached his place and unfortunately it was true. It is surprising for all of us.” in denial. He was very close (to me). It still hasn’t sunk. It is destructive. He loved me very much and I loved him. ,
Divyendu’s junior Bramha Mishra from the Indian Film and Television Institute played the role of Lalit in Mirzapur, the right-hand man of Munna Bhaiya, played by Divyendu. The slogan “Lal Phool, Neela Phool, Munna Bhaiya Sundar” from the second season of Mirzapur was Mr Mishra’s idea, Divyendu said: “He came up with the phrase, which eventually became so popular.”
Later bramha mishra Found dead on Thursday, Divyendu shared the photo of both of them and wrote: RIP Brahma Mishra. We were not fine. Let’s pray for him all.” The photo is from when the two actors caught up during a dinner in Bhopal and was taken in front of one. paan Shop. “The picture is always on my phone. We weren’t even shooting together. He came to visit me when I was in Bhopal. We had a wonderful dinner, and later, he would take me out for paan. Gaya. I have a vivid memory that it was right outside the paan shop,” Divyendu told Hindustan Times.
Check out the picture of Brahma Mishra and Divyendu here:
Others by Bramha Mishra mirzapur The co-stars also shared sad posts on Thursday. Ali Fazal wrote, “Heartbroken today, still. Brahma, take care, mate.” Shweta Tripathi Sharma wrote in an Instagram story, “RIP Brahma. So lucky to have worked with you and got to know you.”
Apart from Mirzapur, film credits of Bramha Mishra include saffron And Badrinath Ki Dulhania,