Who died in Dhawan family?

Who died in Dhawan family?

Manoj reportedly died of a heart attack. Actor Varun Dhawan and his elder brother Rohit Dhawan made their presence felt at their family driver Manoj Sahu’s funeral on Wednesday. Manoj Sahu, who worked as Varun’s driver and was close to the actor for past 26 years, reportedly died of a heart attack on Tuesday.

What happen to Varun Dhavan driver?

New Delhi: Manoj, who was working with Varun Dhawan for 26 years, was rushed to the hospital after suffering a heart attack. Manoj Sahu died on Tuesday due to a heart attack, news agency ANI reported. He was taken to the Lilavati Hospital, where he was declared dead by the doctors.

How did Manoj died?

According to a news portal, Varun was shooting at the Mehboob studio for a brand endorsement in Bandra when his driver Manoj suffered a heart attack. Manoj was rushed to Lilavati hospital where he was declared dead by the doctors.

What happened to Varun Dhawan striker?

The actor’s team rushed him to Lilavati hospital where he was pronounced dead. He had reportedly suffered a heart attack. Varun rushed to the hospital to meet his family and spent a long time there.

Who is Varun Dhawan?

Varun Dhawan is the youngest member of the Dhawan family. He is the son of David Dhawan and brother of Rohit Dhawan. Here’s an estimate of the family’ net-worth

Who will attend Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal’s wedding?

Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal are all set to get married on January 24th in Alibaug. the families have already left for the venue to enjoy a five-day-long wedding extravaganza. Reportedly, Bollywood stars Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and Jacqueline Fernandez are expected to attend the ceremony.

What is funeral leave for death of an immediate relative?

Funeral Leave for Combat-Related Death of an Immediate Relative An employee is entitled to up to 3 workdays of funeral leave to make arrangements for or to attend the funeral of an immediate relative who died as a result of wounds, disease, or injury incurred while serving as a member of the Armed Forces in a combat zone.