August 14, 2022
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Dia Mirza’s Heartbreaking Post On Niece’s Death: “My Child. My Jaan. Gone Into The Light”

The tragic passing of Dia Mirza’s niece Tanya Kakde was mentioned in a post by the Bollywood actress. Dia posted a photo of her niece along with a heartfelt message but withheld further information regarding the cause of death.

Her eulogy stated:”My niece. My child. My jaan. Gone into the light. May you find peace and love wherever you are my darling… you always brought a smile to our hearts and the higher realms will be filled with more light with you dancing, smiling and singing. Om Shanti.” She added a yellow heart emoticon, a tiger one and a folded hands emoji.

Many of Dia’s business associates shared their sorrow. “May she be the brightest star in the sky,” wrote Sussanne Khan’s sister, jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali. Actor Gaurav Kapur commented: “So sorry to hear this. Deepest condolences.” Gul Panag, too, wrote, “Deepest condolences.” Bhavana Panday, Gauahar Khan and Rahul Dev shared folded hands and heartbreak emojis.

Tanya Kakde, 21, was Congress leader Feroz Khan’s daughter. Tanya died in an automobile accident on NH 44, according to The Times of India. She was making her way into the city from the Rajiv Gandhi International airport in Hyderabad with two of her companions. The driver of the vehicle was her buddy Mirza Ali.

“The car’s sunroof was open. Tanya’s severe head injuries happened when the car flipped. Her right hand also suffered a terrible injury. Tanya was taken urgently to Osmania General Hospital for treatment, but the medical staff pronounced her dead “R Srivinas, an airport inspector at RGI, spoke to Times of India.

Tanya worked as a makeup artist.   A piece she once published detailed how to recreate one of Dia’s red-carpet appearances. The caption read: “Sparkle and glow. A beautifully finished look for my most favourite and gorgeous.”

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