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It is said that Mishi Mukherjee’s health deteriorated due to Keto’s diet.
Hindi and Bengali film actress Mishi Mukherjee died in Bangalore late Friday night due to kidney failure. He was only 2 years old and was suffering from kidney problems. It is said that Keto’s diet deteriorated due to his health.
A statement issued by her family’s representative said, “Actress Mishi Mukherjee, who has shown her talent in many films and music videos, is no longer with us. He had kidney failure in Bangalore due to the Keto Diet and he breathed his last on Friday night. The actress did a lot of damage. ‘Such a tragic loss that cannot be repaired can rest his soul in peace. His parents and siblings have left him behind. ‘Janaza was also performed on Saturday after his death.
Seen in the picture of Juhi Chawla
According to reports, Mishti made her Bollywood debut in 2012 with the film ‘Life Ki To Lag Gai’. After that, he appeared with Rajneesh Duggal in a song from the 2013 film Mai Krishna Hoon. Juhi Chawla was the main character in this film. Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif, on the other hand, had a special presence. Apart from this, Mishti has also been seen in some item numbers. Apart from Hindi, he also acted in Bengali and Telugu films.
There were also allegations of running a sex racket
In 2014, Mishti was accused of running a high profile sex racket. Several raids and tapes were also recovered from his home during the raid.
Kashmiris have mourned the death of Shah
Actress Kashmira Shah has expressed grief over Mishi’s death in a tweet. Kashmiris wrote, “I left very early, very young Mishi Mukherjee RIP.”
Very soon very young RIP Mishi Mukherjee has left
– Kashmir Shah (@pakashmirshah) October 3, 2020
What is the Keto Diet
The ketogenic diet (keto diet) is used to lose weight. It is a high fat, moderate protein, low sugar diet. Which is designed to help with weight loss by discovering ketones. An ideal keto diet consists of 75 percent fat, 20 percent protein and only 5 percent carbohydrates. The basic principle behind this diet is to eliminate all sources of carbohydrates (which our body uses as fuel) and instead use fat as an energy source.