Sidharth Shukla’s death: Jasleen Matharu says, “Shehnaaz Gill had a blank look on her face”

Actor Sidharth Shukla’s demise is sudden and has left a huge void in the heart of his loved ones and fans. Many of his fans and friends came to give the last tribute to the young actor. Among which his co-contestant in Mujhse Shaadi Karoge, Jasleen Matharualso tuned up to Sidharth’s place as she was left pale after hearing the unfortunate news.

singer-actor Jasleen Matharu did not share a close bond with the late actor but shared some very good moments during Mujhse Shaadi Karoge, which also featured Shehnaaz Gill. She says that it was too early for him to leave and being a well-wisher she thought that it was her duty to be there to pay her condolences to his family.

Commenting on Shehnaaz Gill’s reactions, she said to the media, “Shehnaaz had a blank look on her face. I don’t think she was conscious of what was going around. She seemed lost. As I went to her, I remember she asked me to sit beside her. Shehnaaz was completely exhausted and emotionally drained,” She further says that Sidharth’s mother and sister is also passing a hard time.

Recalling the time that they spent together in sets, she says, “We did not get a lot of time together but he was so cool and calm on set. Also, he was a thorough professional and so talented. I think he deserved every bit of love that he got because of his dedication to his craft. We really wanted to see more of him. It wasn’t his time to go.”

Reportedly, Shehnaaz Gill was close to Sidharth. She was the first person who saw Sidharth lying down unconsciously on Thursday morning and also tried to call up and wake him up but putting his head on her lap but realised his body turned cold. She immediately informed his mother and they called up his sister and their family doctor, where he was confirmed dead.
A report says, “Shehnaaz told the police that she tried desperately to wake up Sidharth. His head was in her lap. But his body had turned cold. That’s when Shehnaaz realised he was gone. Much before they reached Cooper Hospital.”