Kajol’s ‘The Trial’ co-star Noor Malabika Das found dead in ‘Suicide’

Noor Malabika Das, who starred with Kajol in ‘The Trial’, was found dead at her Mumbai flat after allegedly taking her own life.

Kajol's 'The Trial' co-star Noor Malabika Das found dead in 'Suicide' f

"She was living in this flat on rent."

Police said Noor Malabika Das was found dead in her Mumbai flat in what is believed to be a case of suicide.

Formerly an air hostess with Qatar Airways, Noor starred with Kajol in the 2023 legal drama The Trial.

The 37-year-old was originally from Assam.

It was reported that Noor’s neighbours informed the police after noticing a foul smell coming from her flat.

Police arrived at the flat in Lokhandwala.

Upon entering the property, they discovered her body in a “decomposed condition”.

According to reports, after recovering her body, police also searched the property.

Officers collected medicines, Noor’s mobile phone and a diary.

After conducting a panchnama, the body was taken to Goregaon’s Siddharth hospital for a post-mortem.

Despite efforts to contact her family, no one came forward, therefore, police performed her last rites with the assistance of the Mamdani Health and Education Trust NGO, which handles the cremation of unclaimed bodies in the city. 

One officer said: “We spoke to her family. They had returned to their native place two weeks ago. Investigation is underway.”

Her friend, actor Aloknath Pathak, said: “I am saddened by this.

“I have known Noor for years and worked with her in many films and series.

“Until last month, her family was living with her in Mumbai.

“The family returned to the village a week ago. She was living in this flat on rent.”

Noor Malabika Das worked in Hindi films and web series, including Siskiyaan, Walkaman, Teekhi Chatni, Jaghanya Upaya and Charamsukh.

She was last seen with Kajol and Jisshu Sengupta in The Trial.

It was reported that the All Indian Cine Workers Association has called on Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Home Minister Devendra Fadnavis to conduct a thorough probe into the alleged suicide.

The letter read:

“Her untimely death is a poignant reminder of the disturbing trend of suicides within the Indian film fraternity.”

“The recurrence of such tragic incidents within the Bollywood industry calls for a serious introspection and a thorough investigation into the underlying causes.

“It is imperative to explore all possible factors, including the potential for foul play, to ensure that the truth is brought to light and justice is served.

“The All Indian Cine Workers Association urgently appeals to you, Honourable Shri Eknath Shinde, and Honourable Shri Devendra Fadnavis, Home Minister of Maharashtra, to initiate a comprehensive investigation into the circumstances surrounding Noor Malabika Das’ suicide.

“We urge you to consider all possible angles, including the possibility of foul play, to ensure that justice is served and that the truth is brought to light.”

Dhiren is a News & Content Editor who loves all things football. He also has a passion for gaming and watching films. His motto is to "Live life one day at a time".

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