Theatre actress Sangam Rana found dead in Lahore

The theatre actress reportedly had a clash with her sister on Sunday, mother blames second daughter for murder


ADNAN LODHI December 07, 2015
A file photo of stage actress Sangam Rana

LAHORE: Model and dancer Sangam Rana's body was found hanging by the ceiling fan in Lahore on Monday.

A renowned theatre actress, Sangam's sister Shama Rana also performs on stage.

She was gaining popularity after her continued string of successful performances at Alfalah Theater for the past three years.

According to sources, the sister duo were performing at the Theatre on Sunday night where Sangam had a clash with her sister after which both sisters left the stage.

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Sangam also had a clash with the producer of the play, sources added.

However, Shama informed the police on Monday her sister Sangam had committed suicide.

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Police officials say after the initial investigation, the deceased's body was sent for postmortem at Jinnah hospital, Lahore.”

While Shama asked the authorities to hand over her sister’s body without postmortem, Sangam’s mother requested to investigate the matter.

Police say the matter is under investigation and stage producers and actresses are being interrogated.

Victim’s mother has also submitted an application to police for lodging an FIR against her daughter Sangam on killing her sister.

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According to the application, Sangam was staying with her sister for the past four years to earn a name in field of modeling and stage, and Shama murdered her with the help of her friends Kashif and Shaan.

The FIR has not yet been registered as police are waiting for the postmortem report, added the sources.

COMMENTS (3)

Sal | 5 years ago | Reply No one cares for a life in Pakistan. No one.
Stranger | 5 years ago | Reply Pathetic end to a young tender life .
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