Remembering Tunisha Sharma on her 21st birth anniversary

Tunisha Sharma is a popular Indian actress which won several hearts with his great acting, strong personality, and charming look. She also wanted to celebrate her 21st birthday with her family members, especially her mother and close friends. But unfortunately, Tunisha Sharma committed suicide on December 24, 2022, in the makeup room during the shooting of the popular serial Ali Baba: Dastaan -E-Kabul which is now telecasting on Sony Sab TV. 

The sudden death of Tunisha Sharma is a great shock for her family, friends, and fans. Today, close friends, family, and fans miss Tunisha Sharma on her 21st birthday anniversary across the country. On this day, followers and fans remember Tunisha Sharma by posting or sharing posts about her favorite actress on several social media websites.

Tunisha Sharma was born on January 4, 2002, in Chandigarh, Punjab, and was a popular Indian actress who worked in both serials and movies. Currently, she worked in the popular serial Ali Baba: Dastaan-E-Kabul which is telecasting on Sony Sab TV. Tunisha Sharma made her debut in the role of Chand Kawar in the popular serial “Bharat Ka Veer Putra-Maharana Pratap” in the year 2015.

Tunisha Sharma was known for the role of Rajkumari Ahankara in the popular serial “Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat”, Aadhya Verma in “Internet Wala Love” and Zara or Babli in “Ishq Subhan Allah”.  Previously, Tunisha Sharma made her debut in the movie “Fitoor” as a Young Firdaus and later played Young Diva in the movie “Bar Bar Dekho”. She played the young version of popular actress Katrina Kaif in both these movies

Tunisha Sharma will remember as a great Indian actress and a nice person. She will be always alive in everyone’s heart.

Miss u Tunisha Sharma

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