Mirzapur actor Brahma Mishra best known for his role of Lalit in the famous series Mirzapur was found dead at his home in Mumbai’s suburban Versova on Thursday, informed the police.
They said, Mishra was found lying on the floor of his bathroom in his house where he lived alone. It is suspected by the police that the actor died due to cardiac arrest and his body have been sent for an autopsy.
The apartment was locked from the inside, the police said, adding, a case of Accidental Death is being filed.
Amazon Prime Video – the streaming platform that hosted the hit series Mirzapur – tweeted: “Brahma Mishra, our Lalit. Thank you for making us laugh, thank you for making us cry. Thank you for always reminding us the loyalty & love a friendship holds. Always in our heart. RIP, brahma mishra.”
Brahma Mishra, our Lalit.
thank you for making us laugh, thank you for making us cry.
thank you for always reminding us the loyalty & love a frienship holds
always in our heart 💙 pic.twitter.com/sGhzCBl8hO
— amazon prime video IN (@PrimeVideoIN) December 2, 2021
Mishra’s co-star Divyenndu, who played the key role of Munna Tripathi in the series, posted: “Our Lalit is no more. Let’s pray for him everyone.”
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Ali Fazal, who stars in Mirzapur as Guddu, wrote in a post: “Hearts broken today, yet again. Brahma, take care, saathi.”
Cardiac arrest in young population:
Let’s face facts, in this generation, our priorities are totally different from the earlier ones. Like our eating habits have changed totally, we eat out of packets, party, like there’s no tomorrow and our sleeping habits, have become worse because of Netflix, and much more.
Meanwhile, this pandemic has made the situation worse. During this pandemic, we all have experienced a lot of stress and anxiety throughout, due to a lack of movement and interaction with the outer world.
A study, published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), says that heart attacks in young adults are twice as likely to be fatal in those with inflammatory conditions like psoriasis, lupus, or rheumatoid arthritis.
Systemic inflammatory diseases are driven by autoimmunity. In such diseases, body’s immune system attacks itself. Young adults with conditions like psoriasis, lupus, or rheumatoid arthritis are twice as likely to experience fatal heart attacks.