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Rinku Singh Nikumbh, who appeared as a supporting actress in Ayushmann Khurrana starrer ‘Dream Girl’, has passed away. He was infected with the corona virus. He breathed his last on Wednesday. But now the news has come out. In a report, Rinku’s cousin Chanda Singh Nikumbh has been quoted as saying that the actress’s corona test came positive on 25 May. Initially he was kept in home isolation. But when his fever did not subside and his condition started deteriorating, he was admitted to the hospital.
Rinku had given up hope of winning from Corona
Chanda said in a conversation with a news website that initially the doctors did not feel the need for ICU beds for Rinku and admitted her to the normal Kovid-19 ward. The next day she was shifted to ICU and she was recovering well. Chanda further told that Rinku had given up hope and felt that she would not be able to defeat the virus.
The first dose of the vaccine was administered on May 7
Chanda said in the conversation that Rinku had received the first dose of Kovid vaccine on 7 May and soon she was going to take the second dose. Apart from this, she was going to go to Goa for the shooting of an ad. But seeing the situation of Kovid, his family stopped him. Chanda also told that Rinku also had a complaint of asthma. However, he had the passion to help others. This was the reason that despite being ill herself, she kept on helping other patients.
Rinku was last seen in ‘Hello Charlie’
Rinku Singh Nikumbh played the role of a girl working in a friendship call center in ‘Dream Girl’. He was last seen in Aadar Jain and Jackie Shroff starrer ‘Hello Charlie’. Apart from films, she also appeared in TV serials like ‘Chidiyaghar’ and ‘Meri Hanikarak Biwi’.