Preksha Mehta was an Indian television actress. She appeared in various episodes of the popular TV serial ‘Crime Patrol’ (2017); aired on Sony TV.
Preksha Mehta was born on Tuesday, 5 July 1994 (age 25 years, at the time of death), in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Her zodiac sign is Cancer. She did her schooling from Mount Carmel School, Indore and Christian Eminent Higher Secondary School, Indore. She pursued her graduation in commerce from Acropolis Institute of Management Studies, Indore. Facebook
Height (approx.): 5′ 5″
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Brown
Family & Caste
She was born in a Hindu family.
Parents & Siblings
Her father’s name is Ravindra Mehta, and her mother’s name is Manju Mehta. She had one brother, Sourabh Mehta and three sisters; Surbhi Mehta, Ishika Mehta, and Shivani Rahul Pawar.
In 2013, she joined ‘The Nerd’s Dance Institute and Event Campany’ in Indore; as a dancer and choreographer. In 2016, she started her career as a theatre artist at Akhyana Nat Shala in Indore.
She acted in the TV serial ‘Meri Durga’ (2017). She appeared in a few Bollywood films, like ‘Sakha’ (2018) and ‘Pad Man’ (2018). She was featured in a few music videos, like ‘Dare to Love’ sung by Shubham Tiwari and ‘Aashiq Ch. 2.’
On Monday, 25 May 2020, she hanged herself from the ceiling fan at her home in Indore. Her family members found her dead on 26 May 2020. She left a suicide note but no reason was mentioned behind her suicide. Reportedly, she was depressed; as she had no work during the Coronavirus lockdown.
- She was a student of Madhya Pradesh School of Drama, Bhopal.
- She was trained in martial arts and had a black belt in Taekwondo.
- She used to do Yoga regularly.
- Her last post on her Instagram account was, “Sabse Bura Hota Hai Sapno Ka Mar Jana.”
- The TV actress, Richa Tiwari wrote a heartfelt post on Preksha’s demise, she wrote,
Chehre ki hasee ke peeche aisa bohot kuch chhupa hota hai jise har koi nahi samajh sakta. Preksha ka aakhri status tha – ‘sabse bura hota hai sapno ka mar jaana’. Humein mental health ke liye bhi utna hi jagrut hona hoga jitna ki hum physical health ke liye hote hai. Humare MPSD parivaar ki ek sadasya ab nahi rahi (Not everyone can understand the pain that is hidden behind a smile. Preksha’s last status was – ‘the worst thing is when dreams die’. We need to give as much importance to mental health as we give to physical health. We lost a member of our MPSD (Madhya Pradesh School of Drama) family). #RIPPrekshaMehta #artist #TheatreFamily #mpsdfamily #rip #sucide #mentalhealth.”