Varun Dhawan Reach Crematorium For Last Rites Of His Driver Manoj; Actor’s Brother Rohit Dhawan Consoles Late Driver’s Familyవినోదం
Varun Dhawan has been snapped by the shutterbugs as he reached the crematorium to attend the last rites of his driver Manoj. The actor’s brother Rohit Dhawan was seen consoling the family of the late driver
Varun Dhawan’s driver Manoj Sahu left for his heavenly adobe on January 18. Reportedly, the actor was shooting in Mehboob studios when his driver felt pain in the chest. When Varun Dhawan got to know about Manoj, he immediately rushed him to Lilavati hospital. Then, the doctors checked him and announced that due to a major heart attack he has lost his life.
The actor was snapped at the hospital and after him, his brother Rohit Dhawan was spotted at Lilavati hospital. He marked his presence at the place to console the family members of late driver Manoj. The photos and videos of Rohit Dhawan are making rounds on the Internet. In the photos, we can see Rohit Dhawan hugging a boy from the family of late doctor Manoj Sahu. He also spoke to a girl from the family too. It seems like the two were the kids of the late driver Manoj Sahu.
Now, the Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan has been spotted at the Santacruz cremation ground. The actor was seen leaving his car to attend the last rites of his driver. In the photos and videos, Varun Dhawan can be seen leaving his car and making his way to the place where the last rites on Manoj Sahu will be done.
In the photos and videos of Varun Dhawan’s spotting, the actor was seen wearing a white coloured full sleeved T-shirt. He also wore a pair of jeans and covered his face with a face mask. The actor seems to be broken hearted after losing his driver. The actor has penned a long note on his social media account in which he expressed his feelings on Manoj Sahu’s death.
Varun Dhawan in his post wrote that Manoj has been in his life for the last 26 years and he was everything. The actor wrote that he has no words to express his grief. All he wants is that people to remember him for his amazing wit and humour and the passion he had for life. In the end, he also mentioned that he will always be grateful that he had his Manoj dada in his life.