- Divya’s father had tested positive for the virus earlier this month
- He was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai
- “I love you, daddy,” Divya wrote
The father of television actress Divya Agarwal died of COVID-19 on Wednesday. He had tested positive for the virus earlier this month and was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai. Breaking the news on social media, Divya Agarwal shared a photo of herself and her father and wrote: “You are always with me … I love you, dad … RIP.” Several celebrities from the film and television industry, including producer Ekta Kapoor, actress Esha Gupta, television stars Shruti Sinha, Shweta Mehta and Priyanka Udhwani, have expressed their condolences on the death of Divya’s father. in the comments section of his post. Divya Agarwal’s boyfriend, actor Varun Sood, also shared a touching post for his father on his Instagram account.
Take a look at Divya Agarwal’s post here:
On Tuesday, Divya Agarwal shared an article urging her fans to pray for her father’s health. “I ask everyone to pray for my father dil se at 5 p.m. … a collective force of prayer will be really useful …Mujhe nahi pata kitne beliefs host hai… I know there is God. Please pray to God … I have tried everything I can and I will not stop trying, ”she wrote.
In one of her previous posts, Divya shared that first her brother Prince tested positive for COVID-19, followed by her parents. She revealed that her father was immediately admitted to the hospital because he suffered from heart disease. He was then transferred to the intensive care unit. Almost a week ago, Divya shared a family photo and wrote about her father’s condition. “In this battle of life … my dad always taught me to be strong … I’m a strong girl and I’m going to prove it to life that no matter how bad it is … I will face you with love and believe in God. My father needs a lot of prayers … I will fight this, “read an excerpt from his post.
Divya Agarwal is best known for winning the reality show Ace Of Space Season 1. She also appeared as a candidate on Splitsvilla. She was also featured in the ALT Balaji web series Ragini MMS returns 2 and Puncch Beat.