Mahakali Actors Gagan Kang And Arijit Lawania Killed In Road Accident

Mahakali Actors Gagan Kang And Arijit Lawania Killed In Road Accident

Mahakali Actors Gagan Kang And Arijit Lawania Killed In Road Accident

Weekend break turned ugly for TV actors Gagan Kang and Arjit Lavania, who died in a tragic vehicle crash on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Highway, on Saturday. Apart from the two actors, a spotboy was also present in the auto. The two were heading back to Mumbai after shooting for Mahakali in Umbergaon, Gujarat, where the sets of the show is located. According to media reports, the two stars were in Fiat Linea when the accident took place. In the Colors TV show Mahakali, Gagan essayed the role of God Indra, while Arjit played the character of Nandi in the mythological saga. Their spot boy, who has not been identified yet, was on the rear seat.

Kang, who was driving, lost control of the vehicle at 11:15 am, and crashed into a stationary trailer.

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The intensity of the crash can be realised by the fact that the auto roof smashed into the trailer before turning around.

The police found beer cans and snacks inside the auto and suspect that drunken driving was the reason behind the crash.

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Police claim that the driver was over speed limit, and have not ruled out the possibility of drunken driving.

A case of accidental death has been registered and the police are waiting for the autopsy to learn if the driver was drunk. Police said that the cellphones of the victims were smashed in the accident.

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