Mystery unravelled? 'Isha Handa committed suicide because of her career'

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Bengaluru, Sept 7: A week after 26-year-old Isha Handa committed suicide by leaping to her death from a high-rise apartment in south-east Bengaluru, it has emerged that the main reason behind her extreme step was her career.

According to a report published in Bangalore Mirror, police officials investigating the murky suicide case has said that Isha wanted to become a tele-serial producer like Ekta Kapoor.

Isha Handa

Cyber forensic experts searched Isha's previous mails and messages on her laptop and her mobile phine, to unravel the mystery behind her death. [Isha Handa death: Shocking info reveals that she searched for "how to commit suicide"]

The probe revealed that as Isha was over-ambitious, she sought help from many people, but people exploited her and did not help her. So, she decided to end her life.

Isha also wanted to become an entrepreneur of a wellness trade. [Twitterati mourns Isha Handa's shocking suicide]

She was a founding team member of mobile app-based beauty service StayGlad and a known face among Bengaluru's theatre-circuit.

It has been reported that Isha was also going through financial crisis and depression took a toll on her health.

 

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Despite putting in a lot of hard work, Isha was not getting the desired results in her career.

Isha even discussed the tough phase of her career with her parents and friends.

Forensic experts have revealed that in some mails, Isha had reflected her frustration and an unhappy state of mind.

As a single child, she felt that she needs to take care of her parents' needs, but was unable to do so, even after studying well.

Isha was working as an analyst with a bank, before leaving her job to start her own business.

Isha's meticulously planned suicide left many people shocked. She jumped to her death from a high-rise apartment at Sobha Classic in south-east Bengaluru on Sunday, Aug 31.

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