Sidharth Shukla died on September 2. The actor, who was 40 years old at the time, died of a heart attack. He was transported to Mumbai’s Cooper Hospital, where doctors confirmed him dead. His autopsy was performed at the same facility, and the results are now available. It implies that no injuries were discovered on his body. The Bigg Boss 13 winner’s post-mortem was videotaped, according to a Mumbai police source.
According to the hospital’s doctors, the actor’s death was not caused by foul play. The doctors did not express a view in the post-mortem report. All of the reports are still being processed, and nothing is conclusive.
The viscera of his body has been preserved. Sidharth Shukla’s cause of death will be determined by a histopathological investigation and a CA report (Chemical Analysis). Most notably, no exterior or internal injuries were discovered in the post mortem report. Double checks are being conducted, according to the cops, because the body was carried directly to the hospital.
Until today, neither his family nor his friends have expressed any reservations. Even the cops don’t think there’s been any wrongdoing. Sidharth Shukla’s death was first unknown to the police. With an ambulance transporting Siddharth Shukla, the actor’s sister, brother-in-law, cousin brother, and three pals arrived at Cooper Hospital. Before he arrived, the doctors proclaimed him dead.
In front of the cops, the body was examined a second time. The body was transferred for a post-mortem examination after the normal examination. Yesterday, September 2, at 3:45 p.m., the post-mortem began. Because the case is so sensitive, the police did not want to take any chances, learning from the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. As a result, everything was videotaped.
Today, September 3, at 12 p.m., Sidharth Shukla’s funeral will be held. The actor’s remains will be handed over to his family and transported to his residence in Mumbai’s Oshiwara neighbourhood. In Oshiwara, he will be cremated. Officials have yet to release the preliminary investigation or post-mortem report.