Sneha Wagh, who co-starred with late actor Tunisha Sharma in the TV drama Sher-e-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh, described Tunisha as a “happy-go-lucky person,” but said that everyone has a dark side. On Saturday, Tunisha committed herself on the set of her current programme Alibaba – Dastaan-e-Kabul. Her co-star and boyfriend, Sheezan Khan, has been detained on allegations of abetting suicide.
Sneha, who presently plays a negative lead in Star Bharat’s Na Umar Ki Seema Ho, was shocked to learn about Tunisha’s demise. “Tunisha was a really chirpy girl,” Sneha said of her time with the 20-year-old. We’ve collaborated. Always a cheerful individual! But everyone has a different aspect to them. Mental health is still not well accepted in India. We have repeatedly ignored mental health concerns. More awareness is required. I know her mother, and I feel terrible for them. Sincere condolences.”
“We live in a strange society. They always want to see us happy, and the instant we show any signs of grief, they criticise us. Please make comments for us! We’re more on the spot as actors… “I sincerely hope that we begin to take these concerns seriously and stop making fun of anyone,” she continued.
In 2017, Life OK broadcast Sher-e-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Sneha Wagh played Ranjit Singh’s mother, Raj Kaur, while Tunisha played Ranjit’s first wife, Mehtab Kaur.
The FIR indicated that Tunisha and Shezaan were in a relationship that ended 15 days ago, according to ANI. Tunisha was apparently stressed, and it is assumed that this is what pushed her over the brink, according to Mumbai police.
Tunisha made her acting debut as a youngster with Bharat Ka Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap. She has also appeared in Ishq Subhan Allah, Gabbar Poonchwala, and Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat. She also played Katrina Kaif’s younger sister in Fitoor and Baar Baar Dekho, as well as in Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh and Dabangg 3.