Rajesh, who became famous in Karnataka with the famous TV reality show Halli Hyda Pyateg Banda, fell to death at his residence in Mysore, on Sunday, (Nov 3). It is reported that Rajesh had fallen from the second floor of his house at Parasaiahanahundi, near Srirampura.
Rajesh was the winner of Halli Hyda Payateg Banda, which was broadcasted in Suvarna channel. He also become an actor with his on-screen debut Jungle Jackie in which he was paired opposite Aishwarya, who was his mentor in the reality show.
In her complaint to South Police, Rajesh's mother Lakshmi said, "My son went to the terrace of the house to attend a call on his cellphone. He was suffering from frequent giddiness and slipped to death around 12.40 pm."
It is reported that Rajesh and his mother Lakshmi had been to Chamundi hills in the morning, where they had quarreled for unknown reason. Rajesh had also ordered the cab driver to stop the car and expressed his desire to jump from the hills. The driver, who was frightened by the actor's behaviour, took a detour and dropped the duo to home. It was after this both of them picked a quarrel at the gate of the house.
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Jungle Jackie Was Flop
His much anticipated movie Jungle Jackie was released after much struggle recently. The movie was declared flop at the Box Office.
Love Is Poison
Rajesh has completed the shooting of the Sandalwood's forthcoming movie Love Is Poison. He had promised to finish the dubbing of the movie.
Rajesh With Poonam Pandey
Bollywood lass Poonam Pandey was roped in by the crew for an item number in Love Is Poison.
Rajesh Belongs To A Tribal Community
Rajesh, a native of Balle Haadi, a tribal settlement in Nagarahole National Park, relocated to Mysore, a year ago.
Rajesh Was A Fan Of Puneet Rajkumar
Rajesh was the hardcore fan of Sandalwood superstar Puneet Rajkumar. He had also said that it is his ambition to share screen space with the actor at least in a small role.
Speaking to a leading daily, Puneet Rajkumar said, "It is very unfortunate. Rajesh was my great fan. I met him a couple of times. This is not the age to die.''