Popular Telugu TV actor Pradeep Kumar kills self in Hyderabad

by Dwayne Torres May 4, 2017, 22:52
Popular Telugu TV actor Pradeep Kumar kills self in Hyderabad

The popular face of Telegu television Pradeep Kumar committed suicide on Wednesday in Hyderabad, according to latest reports. The reasons for him resorting to this extreme step are yet unknown.

Telugu TV Actor Pradeep commits suicide: Police came to know about the incident when his wife Pavani informed them about Pradeep's death.

According to report in Hindustan Times, the couple even had a minor quarrel last night, before he took this grave step. He didn't leave any note behind so the reason for the suicide is yet-to-be-known. His wife Pavani is also TV artiste. The actor, who quite recently got married to television actress Pavani Reddy, hanged himself at his residence in Puppalaguda, Hyderabad, at around four in the morning. This had upset him and we ha an argument. Subsequently I went inside the washroom and started crying.

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In a fit of rage, Pradeep smashed a mirror leading to bleeding injuries on the hand.

When she arrived home the door was locked, Pawani said. He was in bad mood and consumed a lot of alcohol. "So I thought of leaving him alone and went to another room". The actor's family members and friends are being investigated by the police. In fact, they had been celebrating Shravan's birthday the night before the tragic incident. Pradeep acted in serials like Sapthamathrika, Aruguru Pathivrathulu and few others. The police have registered a case and are looking into it.

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