Child actor Shivlekh dies at 14 in a road accident


14-year-old child actor Shivlekh passed away on Thursday in a road accident. He died on the spot. The 14-year-old acted in shows like Kesari Nandan, Bal Veer, Sasural Simar Ka and Sankatmochan Hanuman. Their car collided with truck.

"We had come to Bilaspur for some personal work, it was not media inteaction (contrary to reports). We were driving back home and then it was all over.The driver was hurt. My wife and I blanked out and when we woke up, we realised that our son was gone. I don't know what hit him, in fact he was not even sitting in the front. We were rushed to the hospital but..."

"It was the truck driver's fault and I don't know if he has been arrested. Shivlekh was my only child”, he concluded.

TV celebrities expressed grief over the sudden and untimely demise of the child actor.

Shivlekh’s Kesari Nandan co-actor Dakssh Ajit Singh expressed his grief.  He told indianexpress.com, "We shared a great bond while shooting for Kesari Nandan. He was a talented boy and a wonderful soul. We laughed so much. He was a teenager and I am quite older than him but still, he loved to discuss life, love and spirituality. He always came up with a question and I tried to give answers. Sometimes we talked for 3-4 hours without any break. With me, his bond was more strong because we shared the same 2 bhk flat."

He added, "Daily in the night, before going to sleep, he always asked me, ‘Dakssh bhaiya, aapne khana khaaya kya? Ok good night.’ His last words to me on the last day of shooting (June 30, 2019) for Kesari Nandan was, ‘Dakssh Paaji, baaki sab kaa to pata nahin lekin aapse dobara zarur milunga mumbai jaake. Aapse kuch alag hi connection ho gaya hai.’ Now he will only meet me in the memories, but he will live forever with me."

TV actor Aastha Chaudhary, who shared screen space with Shivlekh in the show Kesari Nandan, took to her social media account to express her grief. Sharing photos of Shivlekh from the sets of the show, Aastha wrote, "Life is just so unfair….M still in shock …Shivlekh Singh you gone toooo soon Rip "

TV actor Aastha Chaudhary, who shared screen space with Shivlekh in the show Kesari Nandan, took to her social media account to express her grief. Sharing photos of Shivlekh from the sets of the show, Aastha wrote, "Life is just so unfair….M still in shock …Shivlekh Singh you gone toooo soon Rip "

Abraam Pandey, who work with Shivlekh tweeted a photo with him. "You were funny, you were sarcastic, You had become a buddy in such short Span. you will be always missed buddy . RIP #ShivlekhSingh," Abraam wrote along with the photo.