A month after the death of her husband Raj Kaushal, Mandira Bedi performed Havan along with her children

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  • On June 30, 2021, Raj Kaushal suffered a heart attack, which led to his death.
  • Mandira Bedi and Raj Kaushal got married on 14 February 1999.
  • Their first child was born in 2011 and they adopted a daughter in 2020.

It has been a month since the death of actress Mandira Bedi’s husband Raj Kaushal. After this, Mandira Bedi worshiped with the children at home and shared this photo on social media. In this photo, Mandira Bedi’s children are seen performing havan with Veer and Tara.

Mandira Bedi captioned the picture ’30th day’ and shared the story on her Instagram. Significantly, Raj Kaushal had a heart attack on 30 June 2021, due to which he died. Mandira Bedi and Raj Kaushal got married on 14 February 1999. Their first child was born in 2011 and they adopted a daughter in 2020. Mandira Bedi and Raj Kaushal have a son Veer and a daughter named Tara.

Raj Kaushal directed films like ‘Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi’, ‘Shaadi Ka Laddu’ and ‘Anthony Kaun Hai’. He was also the producer of ‘My Brother Nikhil’, ‘Shaadi Ka Laddu’ and ‘Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi’. He was the stunt director of the 1992 film Bekhudi. Born in Mumbai, Raj Kaushal wanted to make a career in the aviation industry after graduation. He wanted to become a commercial pilot. But after graduating in science in 1989, he began his career as a copywriter. He started writing ad films for an advertising agency. He did this for about 3 years. During this he also received many awards.

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Raj Kaushal did love marriage with Mandira Bedi in 1999. Raj and Mandira first met in 1996. Raj was working in an advertising film company at the time and needed a young woman to do a Philips commercial. Mandira was very popular then because of the serial ‘Shanti’. They became good friends after the first meeting and then they got married.

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