Roadies’ judge and actor Prince Narula lost his young brother Rupesh at the age of 25 in a mishap, a report has uncovered. Prince's sibling died after he got drowned at a beach in Toronto on Monday. Rupesh got married just two months back and his better half was supposed to go along with him soon. Prince came into the spotlight when he showed up on Roadies X2 and later rose to popularity in the wake of winning the reality show, Bigg Boss 9.
Talking about the mishap, Prince told the site, "Rupesh had settled in the US. Uski shaadi sirf doh mahine pehle hui thi (It has been only two months since he got married). He was just 25. Bhabhi was staying with us and her visa and so forth was being arranged. She would have joined along with him soon...Bhai was staying with a family in Toronto and they had ventured to a beach spot on Monday. That family returned home after some time, however, Rupesh remained back on the beach with a friend."
"The friend additionally left the beach to haul the car out from the parking lot and Rupesh told him ‘tu chal, main bas aata hoon’ Rupesh’s friend pulled out the car and heard a loud commotion ‘doob gaya, doob gaya’. He came back running inside and they couldn't find Rupesh for 20 minutes, and when they did, he was no more," Prince further said.
Prince Narula likewise told the tabloid that the friend who stays with his sibling did not understand how he got drowned as the water was not too deep. Inquired as to whether his sibling was depressed, Prince stated, "Not at all. He was a very happy guy, who just got married. He was the apple of our eyes."
Informing that the last rites will be held in Mumbai, Prince added, "Mom and Dad have gone to bring my brother’s body. Yuvika is here with Bhabhi. Can’t imagine that my brother (Rupesh) is gone."