Aasif Sheikh On Deepesh Bhan’s Demise, ‘He Over-Exerted Himself, Skip Meals’

Aasif Sheikh Deepesh Bhan

Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain is one of the most popular sitcoms on television. The character of Malkhan, played by Deepesh Bhan, is one of the most popular characters. However, the untimely demise of Deepesh Bhan, aka Malkhan, has shaken the entire nation. He was just 41. The exact cause of death is still not confirmed. However, Aasif Sheikh, the co-actor of Deepesh, said he died of a brain hemorrhage.

Aasif Sheikh Bhabiji

While talking to ETimes, Aasif Sheikh stated that Deepesh Bhan used to over-exert himself by working out in the gym for long hours. Aasif told,

“Lately, he was so much into gymming, running, and I had also told him that after 40, one has to slow down a little bit. Don’t over-exert yourself. When he started, he was a very fit man; in between, he put on weight, and I asked him to control his weight and to keep a check on his diet. But he had a point to prove that I do gymming for 3 hours, my wife is not in town. I would always tell him not to exercise for so long. He would tell me that he would skip meals at night.”

Deepesh Bhan

Aasif Sheikh revealed that Deepesh collapsed while playing cricket, and the blood came out of his eyes. He added,

“He died of a brain hemorrhage. Because his eyes were bleeding, one of an eye. When you get up in the morning, your blood pressure is low, and all of a sudden, after working out, he started playing cricket. He bowled six balls an entire over, and after that, when he bent down to pick his cap, he collapsed.”

Aasif continued,

“They rushed him to the hospital, Bhakti Vedanta, which is like 5 minutes away from his house. He could not make it till there. By the time he reached, he was declared dead.”

The funeral of Deepesh Bhan took place on Saturday. Aasif Sheikh, Rohitashv Gour, Sandeep Anand, and Vaibhav Mathur came in to play the last respect to their friend. Deepesh Bhan left behind his wife, one-year-old son, and parents. Deepesh Bhan has worked in many popular sitcoms like Comedy Ka King Kaun, Bhootwala, F.I.R, May I Come In Madam? and many more. He was one of the most favorite characters in Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain. His punch line, ‘Aree Mori Maiyya,’ was always fun to hear. May his soul rest in peace.

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