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Uday Kiran's Suicide: DCP Satyanarayana Reveals Preliminary Investigation Details

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V Satyanarayana, the DCP from Banjara Hills Police Station, has revealed the preliminary investigation details of the death of Uday Kiran, who committed suicide at his Srinagar colony apartment. In his statement, the police officer denied any foul play behind his death. He suspected that the depression and financial problems might have forced the 33-year-old actor to take this serious step.

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Addressing the media this Monday morning, DCP V Satyanarayana said, "Uday Kiran's wife Vishitha attended a function in Manikonda on Sunday evening. The actor was supposed to pick her up, but he didn't turn up and also didn't receive her phone calls. When his wife returned home, he was found hanging and doctors declared him brought dead at 1.16 am."

Uday Kiran's Suicide: Preliminary Investigation Details

DCP V Satyanarayana added, "The financial problems, lack of offers from Telugu film industry and depression have forced him to take this step. Uday had once told his wife that he feels like dying. We haven't found any suicide note, but collected his phone and enquiring based on call data."

Detailing his preliminary investigation, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (West Zone) further said, Uday Kiran's mother died long ago and he wasn't in touch with his father since 4-5 years. His sister stays in Omen. The actor was living with his wife in Srinagar Colony. We are questioning the people close to him and the postmortem report will be out soon."

An autopsy of Uday Kiran's body would be carried out at Usmania General Hospital and the procedure would be video-recorded. The DCP added, "Only after getting the autopsy report we will come to know what caused the death. Exact circumstances leading to the death would be known only after the probe."

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