In awful news, 16-year-old TikTok craftsman and artist, Siya Kakkar passed on by self-destruction on 25th June in New Delhi, as per reports.
Siya Kakkar was known for her dance videos on TikTok.https://t.co/0kAiSWKYC6
— IndiaToday (@IndiaToday) June 25, 2020
Her supervisor Arjun Sarin, who dealt with all her work and supports, affirmed the equivalent. He stated:
This must be because of something personal…work insightful, she was progressing nicely. I had a word with her last night for another task, and she sounded typical.
Kakkar was very dynamic via web-based networking media stages like TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube. She was prominently known for her move recordings, and she had a colossal fan following on every single social medium stage.
She had over 104k adherents on Instagram and over 1.1 million devotees on TikTok. Superstar picture taker, Viral Bhayani, likewise shared the pitiful news.
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Sad news 16 year old sweet tik-toker @siya_kakkar died by suicide . Before publishing this I spoke to her Talent management agency head Arjun Sarin who just spoke to her last night for a song collaboration and he says she was in a good mood and perfectly alright. Even he has no clue what went wrong that she had to go this way. You go through her videos and you can she was so good in her content, it's really sad that she chose this path. If you are feeling depressed please dont do this 🙏
Om Shanti 🙏🙏🙏
— Milind Velankar (@raknalev) June 25, 2020
— Rizwan Aamir🇮🇳 (@rizwanaamir54) June 25, 2020
#SiyaKakkar TikTok star who is just 16 and known for her dance video dies by suicide in Delhi. Why is it that so many young people who are budding stars are ending their life so quickly ? #Depression is takin us all pic.twitter.com/yZGR8XwvuV
— Robinraspb3rry (@Rabinar29923218) June 25, 2020
The specific explanation of her demise stays obscure. The police are researching the issue.
On the off chance that you or personage you love are experiencing gloom, self-destructive musings, or need somebody to converse with recollect that help is only a call away. Urge them to connect with the accompanying helplines in India. BMC emotional wellness helpline: 022-24131212 (accessible 24X7), Vandrevala Establishment: 186-02662345/180-02333330 (24×7) or AASRA: 91-9820466726 (accessible 24X7).