Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death

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Raj Kaushal, filmmaker and Mandira Bedi’s husband, passed away on Wednesday morning after suffering a heart attack.

Raj Kaushal was active during the late 90s and mid-2000. He had directed and produced films like Shaadi Ka Laddoo (2004) and Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi (1999). Kaushal’s last directorial was the 2006 thriller, ‘Anthony Kaun Hai?,’ starring Arshad Warsi and Sanjay Dutt.

Here are some photos of his last rites:

Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah

Kaushal was in his 50s. “He passed away today morning, at around 4.30 am at his home. He had a heart attack,” Roy said. Director Onir, who worked with Kaushal on ‘My Brother… Nikhil,’ mourned his demise on Twitter.

Image by Yogen Shah
Image by Yogen Shah

Mandira Bedi and Kaushal tied the knot on February 14, 1999. Kaushal is survived by his wife, son Yug and daughter Tara, whom the couple adopted and introduced to the world in 2020.

Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death

Two days back, Kaushal had shared a bunch of pictures from a party on his Instagram account. He was joined by Mandira, Zaheer Khan, Sagarika Ghatge, Neha Dhupia, Angad Bedi and Ashish Chowdhry.

Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death
Mandira Bedi looks distraught at husband's untimely death

Text: News18; Images: Yogen Shah

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