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Director Vetri Duraisamy Found Dead on Banks of River Sutlej After 9-Day Search Operation

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Director Vetri Duraisamy Found Dead On Banks Of River Sutlej After 9 Day Search Operation

The body of director Vetri Duraisamy has been recovered from the banks of the Sutlej River in Himachal Pradesh after a 9-day search operation. Vigilant efforts led to the discovery of his dead body on Monday around 2 pm near Kinanur district of Himachal Pradesh, approximately six kilometers from the incident site.

Travelling with two individuals, 45-year-old director Vetri Duraisamy experienced a fatal accident while his friend, Gopinath, sustained severe injuries and is currently undergoing treatment at the Indira Gandhi Medical College. Meanwhile, Tanjin was found dead at the scene of the accident.

Prior to this, the family of the deceased director announced a reward of one crore rupees to the person who could locate him. According to reports, Duraisamy’s 32-year-old friend Gopinath is receiving medical care at the Indira Gandhi Medical College.

Allegedly in Himachal Pradesh for location scouting for his next film, Duraisamy and his friend encountered the tragic incident. The car driver, Tanjin, met his demise on the site. Media reports suggest that Tanjin suffered a heart attack while driving, causing him to lose control of the four-wheeler.

The deceased director’s body has been sent to Indira Gandhi Medical College in Shimla for postmortem purposes. Following this, the director’s body will be handed over to his family.

Rachel Adams

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