Sneha Wagh after a month of fighting, lost the father, breaking our heart into a million pieces

TV actor Sneha Wagh’s father has died, almost a month after he tested positive for coronovirus. She shared a heartbreaking note about her loss and said that there is no greater pain than the pain of losing a parent.

Sneha posted a picture of her late father and wrote on Instagram, “After a month of battle with pneumonia and Kovid-19, I have lost my father, breaking our hearts into a million pieces, our biggest and most The strong pillar is none other. Never had I felt this kind of pain before. Whatever situation you go through in life, losing a parent does not come close to anything.

Devolina Bhattacharjee commented, Sorry to know your loss. May God give you the power to overcome this pain and grant peace to his soul.

In a separate post, Sneha wrote a note addressed to her dearest father. It says, you brought a smile to many faces with your warm words, to brighten the days. You were a good patient, with a kind heart. You taught us to be confident and strong. You made us worth pursuing. Our dreams. You told us time and again to be loyal, be polite, be honest and be a better version of yourself. Always a Gentleman, you will always be our first hero.

Its just heartbreaking that now we have to live with this void, emptiness without you. We could not say a proper goodbye! There was not much we could do! And now life will never be the same again.

Many of his industry colleagues were quick to respond to Instagram posts. Karan Patel commented, My deepest condolences. may his soul rest in peace. Smita Gondkar wrote, My deepest condolences to you and your family. Stay strong, take care. Manish Nagdev also wrote, Please accept my condolences, Sneha be strong.

After making her debut with the TV show Jyoti in 2009, Sneha has worked in a few shows including Chandrasekhar. Recently, she was seen in Chandragupta Maurya.

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