Aayush Sharma dismisses death rumours of grandfather Pandit Sukh Ram

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Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma’s grandfather and veteran Congress leader Pandit Sukh Ram recently suffered a brain stroke and was immediately taken to the hospital in New Delhi. Following that, news of his death was shared on social media. Aayush has now slammed the death rumours. The actor informed everyone that his grandfather is fighting back bravely.

He took to his Instagram and shared a long note. The actor wrote, “My grandfather Pandit Sukh Ram is a strong soul and fighting back bravely. To all the reports and rumours, in this testing time for our entire family, I kindly request everyone to pray for his well-being and refrain the media from paying heed to any false news.

He added, “We would keep you updated and informed about his health at every step. Heartfelt gratitude for all the prayers.

 

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Aayush recently made headlines as he and wife Arpita Khan hosted an Eid party which was attended by many celebs including Shehnaaz Gill, Ranveer Singh, and Karisma Kapoor. He later shared details of the Eid celebrations.

The actor had told ETimes, “During Eid, biryani cooked by my mother-in-law is a must. She cooked it for lunch. Salman binged on this biryani. She also cooked for the guests for the evening bash and I could see that people absolutely loved it. The nalli nihari was also quite yummy. I am happy people enjoyed the food a lot at the bash.

On the work front, Aayush will be seen in Salman Khan starrer Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali. The movie stars Pooja Hegde in the female lead. If reports are to be believed, Shehnaaz Gill is also a part of the film. Aayush and Salman were last seen together in Antim: The Final Truth.

For the uninitiated, Aayush made his Bollywood debut with Loveyatri in 2018 and it was produced by Salman Khan.

 

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