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    Shekhar Suman Says, He Is ‘Devastated’ After A Leading News Channel Falsely Reported His Son, Adhyayan Suman’s Suicide News.

    Actor Shekhar Suman is known as a successful host and a filmmaker. He was debuted as a hero with an unprecedented break in films. He gave some memorable roles in Chor Machaye Shor, Anubhav, and other roles. Recently, the online edition of a news channel announced actor Adhyayan Suman’s suicide’. Shekhar Suman says he is ‘devastated’ after the Hindi news channel falsely reported that his son Adhyayan Suman Has died by suicide.

    The channel’s online section has sent Shekhar Suman an apology and requested him to retract his tweets condemning the channel’s irresponsible report on his son.

    Check out his tweets:

    “We are not relenting at all. The damage  caused by them cannot be compensated for by a mere apology. We are going all the way as far as possibly legally. We want this case to be an example for all those who put out highly damaging and defamatory news just for hits and TRPs. We want that they should think of  how deeply damaging irresponsible reportage can be.”

    Shekhar Suman’s actor-son  Adhyayan declared, ‘For those who’ve come in late, in a case of criminal carelessness and unforgivable callousness, a news channel (Zee News) on February 20’.  

    Talking about this incident, Shekar said, “When my wife Alka and I heard this we were numbed. Adhyayan was in Delhi and his phone was out of reach. We died a thousand deaths until we reached him. Just announcing to the world that my son has committed suicide…it’s absolutely unpardonable. You can imagine what my wife and I went through,”

    “They should realize they can’t play with human lives for TRPs. I am taking the maximum legal action against them. Merely an apology won’t do. They have to pay for what they’ve done,”