Saira Khan dead: Actress Saira Khan cause of death

Saira Khan dead: Actress Saira Khan cause of death is cardiac arrest.

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Actress Saira Khan of Kamasutra 3D fame died on Friday, April 19th 2019 after she suffered a massive cardiac arrest.

Saira Khan dead:

Director Rupesh Paul, who directed the erotic drama – Kamasutra 3D, said in a statement:

“I found out about the news and was shocked. Later, I noticed that nobody had reported it and that was even more shocking.

She deserved to be recognized for her performance and to remain unknown even after the brilliance she had is even more hurtful. It’s a mourning time for us and I hope she Rests in Peace.

“It was difficult for Saira to sign the film because she came from a very conservative Muslim family and to make a debut with such a bold film after all the fuss in the media about it was in itself challenging.

It took us months to finally get her on board but the wait was worth it as nobody else could’ve done justice to the movie unlike her.”

Saira Khan replaced Sherlyn Chopra in the Rupesh Paul movie. Before working in Kamasutra 3D, Saira starred in a few regional films.

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Kamasutra 3D actress Saira Khan who essayed the lead in the controversial film died due to cardiac arrest on Friday morning.

News about Saira Khan death had gone unnoticed by the media and it made the director upset.

Saira had been a part of a couple of regional movies before Kamastra 3D, and was aspiring to get her big break with 86th Academy Award nominated movie.

May her soul rest in perfect peace.

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