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Known to be one of the fittest actors, Sidharth Shukla passed away on September 2 after suffering a heart attack, leaving all his fans, friends, family members and the entire TV-film industry heartbroken and completely shattered. Now, as per the reports Mumbai Police, who initially registered his death as a case of accidental death, told a news portal that the actor died of natural circumstances. Reports further stated that after the post-mortem of the late actor was conducted, the doctor informed the police that death by accident could be ruled out as the cause of death and clarified that he died under natural circumstances. Mumbai Police would now be closing its probe in the case in a couple of days. Notably, the post mortem, which began around 3:45 PM on 2 September, reportedly took around 3 hours, and his body was kept in the cold storage of the hospital till the next morning. In the post mortem report, the doctors were unable to find anything suspicious. Also, neither his friends nor family members had raised any alarm or suspicion over his sudden passing. On the other hand, late legendary actor Dilip Kumar‘s wife and former actress Saira Banu got admitted to a hospital in Mumbai on August 28 after she complained of issues related to blood pressure. Recently, there were reports, that post the demise of Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu is battling depression. The reports stated that She is not able to sleep much and wants to go home. It was also said that she has even refused to give permission for her angiography. However, now in a conversation with ETimes, the doctor who is attending the former actress has denied all such rumours. He said, ‘Sairaji is not battling depression, plus she is not being difficult at all which in other words means she is not avoiding angiography.’ He further added, ‘The angiography as I told you last time will be done at a later date after we control her diabetes. So where’s the question of her saying ‘no’ to it?’ Earlier, after she got admitted to the hospital, doctors examined her and diagnosed a heart problem.

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