Bollywood Icon's Untimely Demise Shrouds Industry in Grief, 7 Days Before Birthday
Bollywood Icon's Untimely Demise Shrouds Industry in Grief, 7 Days Before Birthday

A sad news has emerged from the Bollywood film world. Nitin Desai, a popular art director in Bollywood, is no longer with us. Nitin took his own life on Wednesday morning, leaving everyone shocked. The film industry is in mourning, and there is silence among his colleagues and fans. Nitin Desai's lifeless body was found at his ND Studio in Karjat. The police are currently investigating the cause of his death, but it is being reported as suicide.

According to the news received, Nitin Desai committed suicide by hanging himself in ND Studio at 4:30 am. The reason behind his extreme step is said to be financial constraints. Police sources say that Nitin Desai had retired to his room at 10 pm the previous night and didn't come out until the late morning. When his bodyguard and others tried to reach him, there was no response. Upon looking through the window, they discovered Nitin Desai's lifeless body hanging from the ceiling fan. The police were immediately notified, and the body was taken for post-mortem.

What makes this tragedy even more heart-wrenching is that Nitin Desai was just a few days away from his 58th birthday, which was supposed to be celebrated on August 9. Sadly, before reaching that milestone, he bid farewell to this world forever.

Karjat MLA Mahesh Baldi has provided information about Nitin Desai's death, stating that financial constraints were the reason behind his suicide. "Nitin Desai used to visit my constituency, and he had been facing financial difficulties for quite some time. Unfortunately, these financial burdens led him to take his life at ND Studios this morning."

Nitin Desai began his career as an art director in 1989 with the film "Parinda" and went on to create sets for many blockbuster films, including "Pyaar ToH Hona Hi Tha," "Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam," "Mission Kashmir," "Raju Chacha," "Devdas," "Lagaan," "Bajirao Mastani," and even the set of the popular television show "Bigg Boss." In 2005, he established his 52-acre ND Studio in Karjat, near Mumbai.

Let us remember Nitin Desai for his immense contributions to the film industry and send our heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones during this difficult time.

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