The Mumbai Police has registered a case and the matter is being probed.
Nahar was popular for his pivotal supporting roles as close friend of the lead actors including late actor Sushant Singh Rajput‘s 2016 film MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Akshay Kumar starrer 2019 film Kesari, actor Sonakshi Sinha‘s 2019 comedy-drama film Khandaani Shafakhana, and actor Divyendu Sharma‘s 2020 Zee5 release Shukranu. He was also popular with director and producer Ekta Kapoor‘s Alt Balaji Originals’ Kehne Ko Humsafar Hain starring Ronit Roy in the lead. Besides supporting roles in several Hindi daily soaps, he has also appeared in Tamil advertisements.
A few hours prior to his death, the actor shared a video on Facebook along with a long note that has been now taken down. In the video, Nahar spoke about his mental well being and how “down” he has been for a long time and that he could take a step any time.
He said that both his personal and professional life had suffered one setbacks. He said that he was stressed with the relationship between his wife Kanchan Sharma as she was very “hyper” in nature and would fight on trivial issues. Nahar said that he was not able to endure fights and that if he takes a severe step, he does not want anyone to be blamed for it.
According to India Today, Nahar wrote in Hindi: “I do not wish to live anymore. I have seen a lot of happy and sad moments in life.. I have faced all the problems but the trauma I am going through now is intolerable. I know committing suicide is cowardice, I also wanted to live but there is no point in living where there is no happiness and self-respect.. my #wife Kanchan Sharma and her mother Vinu Sharma have never understood me neither have they ever tried understanding me. My #wife is of hyper nature, her personality is different than that of mine which doesn’t match at all. Every single day–morning and evening– there is distress that I am not able to endure anymore.. There is no fault of #kanchan in this as her nature is like this that all these are very normal to her but this is no more normal to me. I have also seen really bad days for many years throughout my stay in Mumbai but I have never been broken before.”
Nahar is survived by his wife Kanchan Sharma.