All the eight persons from the city who had flown for a journey to Muktinath died in the accident of Agni Air’s Dornier flying machine at Jomsom in Nepal on Monday.
The casualties of the accident incorporated 14-year-old kid performer Taruni Sachdev who had acted in the Amitabh-Bachchan-starrer Paa and had turned into a family confront as the ‘Rasna young lady’ for her ‘I love you, Rasna’ ad.
She and her mom Geeta were among the others, including a brahmachari of the city’s ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) sanctuary to have lost their lives. All the exploited people were connected with ISKCON sanctuary.
The names of the perished from Mumbai are: Taruni Sachdev, Geeta Sachdev, Shiv Arora, Menaka Arora, Kamal Arora, Mukesh Ashok Handa, Rakesh Ashok Handa and Krishna Chaitanya Das.
“All the lovers are in a condition of stun here. They had all gone on a journey. We are ourselves attempting to contact the relatives of all the disastrous lovers, however they have gone to Kathmandu to claim the bodies,” an official of ISKCON, Juhu, told The Hindu on Tuesday.
Ms. Taruni’s death was grieved by the Hindi and Malayalam film commercial enterprises. She had emphasized in numerous ads and had acted in Malayalam motion pictures Vellinakshatram and Satyam.
“Stunned and extremely disheartened to catch wind of the Nepal plane accident. Lost 1 of my cutest co-stars. Little Taruni Sachdev from PAA. Confused… ..[sic],” on-screen character Abhishek Bachchan tweeted on Tuesday.
“Simply perusing that Taruni Sachdev the young lady tyke craftsman in Paa, has died in Nepal plane accident… please God might this not be genuine [sic],” performing artist Amitabh Bachchan had tweeted prior that day.
Sources said her dad Haresh had gone to Kathmandu to claim the assortments of his girl and wife. He had prior told journalists that he might not want to converse with the media at a minute of private anguish for the crew.
The Aroras, who strove for the journey, were joined by their teenaged child Shiv (19), for a trek in the Himalayas. Kamal and Menaka Arora left behind two little girls. “Both of them are under stun. Both are working, the senior girl is hitched,” a family companion who knew the Aroras for as long as 16 years told The Hindu.
Kamal Arora maintained a business of impersonation adornments. “Menaka used to help him in the business. Shiv was concentrating on in school,” the family companion said. The couple were in their 50s. Their precise age couldn’t be determined.
R.k. Mehra, 78-year-old father of Menaka Arora, could scarcely discuss the misfortune. “What do I say? Our whole family has endured a gigantic setback. My children have gone to Kathmandu. Nothing remains now. I would prefer not to impart anything,” he said.
Mukesh and Rakesh Ashok Handa were customary guests at the city’s ISKCON sanctuary. The Bandra adolescents deserted their maturing folks. “They were dedicated bhaktas of Swamiji,” a lover at the sanctuary said. Their dad went to Kathmandu on Tuesday.
Krishna Chaitanya Das, the 30-year-old brahmachari of the Charni Road ISKCON sanctuary, had denied common joys and taken to brahmacharya around six years prior. “He initially hails from Hyderabad. He was staying at our sanctuary since the previous six years. The sanctuary educated his family after the mishap. His sibling and dad have gone to Kathmandu,” an official of ISKCON said.
Fans said that after Krishna Chaitanya Das began staying at the sanctuary as a brahmachari, he was known as Gaura Kris