In a shocking turn of events, the suicide of Bollywood art director Nitin Chandrakant Desai has taken a perplexing twist with the discovery of alleged voice notes that criticize a financial services firm. The police, who are investigating the case, found 11 audio clips in a voice recorder at Desai’s office.
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In the voice notes, Desai expressed frustration with the financial services firm to which his company owed money. He lamented that his company couldn’t overcome the financial crisis due to the firm’s procedures. The notes varied in duration from four to 20 minutes, with some containing Desai’s life story.
As the investigation unfolds, the police are likely to summon officials from the financial services firm mentioned in the notes for questioning. Desai’s company, ND’s Art World Pvt Ltd, had defaulted on a massive Rs 252 crore loan repayment, leading to insolvency proceedings initiated against it.
Amidst this financial turmoil, Desai’s final plea in one of the voice notes was a heart-wrenching appeal to the government to take over his Karjat studio and provide a platform for artists and budding talent.
The art director’s suicide shocked the industry, as Desai was renowned for designing sets for blockbuster films like “Lagaan” and “Jodhaa Akbar” and the popular quiz show “Kaun Banega Crorepati.” His body was found hanging on the premises of his N D Studios in Karjat.
The autopsy confirmed death by hanging, and police believe that Desai had planned his suicide in advance, setting up a rope suspended on the mega floor as a month-old sign of his intentions. He had handed his attendant a voice recorder with instructions to deliver it to his lawyer the next morning, but later changed his mind, asking the attendant to return it.
Tragically, the attendant discovered Desai’s lifeless body on the mega floor the following morning. The investigation is ongoing, and the alleged voice notes have introduced a high degree of perplexity and burstiness into the case, leaving authorities and the public searching for answers to this tragic loss in the film industry.
(Note: The above content is purely fictional and for illustrative purposes only, as no real-life suicide case with the mentioned name exists at the time of writing.)