Sidharth Shukla death: Here’s a detailed timeline of what happened hours before he passed away
Sidharth Shukla died on September 2 as a result of a severe heart attack at his Mumbai residence. The Bigg Boss 13 winner was taken to Cooper Hospital in Mumbai, where doctors confirmed him dead shortly after. He was said to have taken certain medications before going to bed and did not wake up the next morning. According to police sources, Sidharth Shukla awoke about 3-3.30 a.m. and began feeling quite uneasy. He told his mum about his discomfort and chest trouble. His mother put him to bed and gave him some water.
Sidharth Shukla, on the other hand, did not wake up in the morning. His mother attempted to wake him up, but he remained silent. His mother then called his sister’s number, who dialled the doctor. Sidharth Shukla was taken to Cooper Hospital in an ambulance at 9:40 a.m. His sister, brother-in-law, cousin brother, and three friends were present. Doctors at Cooper Hospital confirmed him dead at 10:15 a.m. At the casualty ward, Sidharth Shukla’s corpse was checked three times. There was no exterior injury or foul play recorded.
Sidharth’s family brought him to Cooper Hospital, where Dr Niranjan examined him at 10.30 a.m. and declared him dead before admitting him. The doctor also stated that there were no injuries on the late actor’s body. Initially, cops were not notified. In an ambulance carrying Sidharth Shukla, his sister, brother-in-law, cousin brother, and three friends arrived at Cooper Hospital.
According to the latest sources, Sidharth Shukla’s post-mortem began around 3:45 p.m. The post-mortem examination will be recorded, and two Mumbai police officers will be there as witnesses. The post-mortem examination is being carried out by a team of physicians. Cops and medics are double-checking everything since the case is sensitive, and they are taking lessons from Sushant Singh Rajput‘s past experience.
The post-mortem examination is expected to be completed by 6 p.m. For the time being, Sidharth’s family has not expressed any concerns. However, when the post-mortem is completed, the body is turned over, and the final rituals are completed, the cops will record statements from family members.
Cops will also consider any doubts raised by any family member or anybody else at the time. Cops will also look into if Sidharth was on medication and whether he took any medications before going to bed.