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Actor Noor Malabika Das, who was seen with Kajol in the 2023 web series, The Trial, was found dead in her Mumbai flat, police said on Monday. They suspect she died by suicide. Now, as per a report by The Times of India, her family has said that the late actor suffered from depression. Also read: Who was Noor Malabika Das? Everything to know about The Trial actor found dead in her Mumbai flat

Noor Malabika Das reportedly died on June 6 in Mumbai.

‘She went to Mumbai with big hopes’

Noor Malabika Das’ hailed from Assam’s Karimganj. Her paternal aunt Arati Das spoke to the media from their family home in Karimganj, and said about the late actor, “She went to Mumbai with big hopes to become an actress. However, she was fighting hard to achieve this. We understand that Malabika was unsatisfied with her achievements that forced her to take this extreme step.”

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More about Noor

Noor Malabika Das worked in Hindi films and web series. Before entering showbiz, she worked as an air hostess with Qatar Airways. She made appearances in Siskiyaan, Walkaman, Teekhi Chatni, Jaghanya Upaya, Charamsukh, Dekhi Andekhi, Backroad Hustle, among more. She was last seen in Kajol and Jisshu Sengupta’s The Trial.

Police performed her last rites on Sunday

ANI reported that Noor Malabika Das’ neighbours had informed police after they noticed a foul smell coming from her home, and her body was ‘recovered in a decomposed condition’ from her flat in Lokhandwala.

As per a report by Mid-Day, police recovered Noor Malabika Das’ body from her flat in Lokhandwala on June 6. The police reportedly collected medicines, her mobile phone and diary during the search of the house.

According to the Mid-Day report, despite efforts to contact her family, no one came forward, and therefore, the police performed her last rites on Sunday with the assistance of the Mamdani Health and Education Trust NGO, which handles the cremation of unclaimed bodies in the city.


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