Veteran actress Moushumi Chatterjee’s daughter Payal Sinha passes away
Veteran actress Moushumi Chatterjee‘s daughter Payal Dicky Sinha breathed her last on Friday around 2 am. Payal, who suffered from juvenile diabetes has been unwell for quite some time. 45-year-old Payal has been reportedly comatose since last year. The exact cause of her death is yet unknown.
According to a report in SpotBoyE, Payal left for the heavenly abode early this morning. Earlier last year, Moushumi Chatterjee and her husband Jayanta Mukherjee had moved the Bombay High Court, appealing to be given the custody of their comatose daughter Payal Sinha. They wanted to nurse her back to health. As per the India Today report, the couple had even filed an FIR at Mumbai’s Khar Police Station against Payal’s husband Dicky Sinha and her in-laws.
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They are all part of my life through a picture. Moushumi Chatterjee's daughter Payal passed away at the age of 45. Payal was suffering from type 1 diabetes and was in coma since 2018. Had captured her when she had come to a bar called Zenzi in Bandra her sister Megha Chaterjee's birthday. Payal suffered from juvenile diabetes since she was young. She got married to businessman Dicky Sinha in 2010. With years passing, Payal's health deteriorated. Last year, Moushumi went through a bitter courtroom battle for Payal's custody. She accused Dicky and Payal's in-laws for neglecting her daughter's health. She also said that they refused to Payal's medical bills and prevented her granddaughter to meet her mother. #moushmichaterjee #payalchaterjee #rip 🙏 Her prayer meet is organised on 22nd december at arya samaj between 5 pm to 7 pm @viralbhayani
The actress and her husband had accused Payal’s in-laws of not taking care of their daughter and not allowing them to meet her. In April, last year Payal was taken out of the hospital. And Moushumi in her petition had said that Dicky and his family is not taking care of her daughter as advised by the doctors.
Payal had married Dicky in 2010.
We offer our heartfelt condolence to Moushumi Chatterjee and her family.