Bengali model, TV show host Sonika Chauhan killed in a car accident

Vikram, too, was injured and was admitted to the hospital immediately but Sonika was declared dead by the doctors. The doctors said that Vikram was stable now and shifted to general bed from ICU after CT scan. “He had injuries on head, leg, and other parts of body” a senior doctor said

Arnima Dwivedi
Published on: 30 April 2017 4:24 AM GMT
Bengali model, TV show host Sonika Chauhan killed in a car accident
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Kolkata: Sonika Chauhan, a popular model and TV prime time host, was killed in a car accident in early morning on Sunday.

Sonika was travelling along with actor Vikram Chatterjee when the car lost his control and met with an accident, at around 4:30 am near Rashbehari Avenue crossing in South Kolkata, taking a toll on her life.

Vikram, too, was injured and was admitted to the hospital immediately but Sonika was declared dead by the doctors. The doctors said that Vikram was stable now and shifted to general bed from ICU after CT scan. “He had injuries on head, leg, and other parts of body” a senior doctor said.

What police stated:

  • The SUV mounted the pavement while trying to avoid an approaching car from a nearby lane and partially tilted on one side.
  • Vikram and Sonika, who were on the driver's and passenger seat respectively, were brought out from the mangled car by locals and rushed to a private hospital.

Actors’ profile:

  • Sonika was a popular face in Kolkata and Mumbai modelling circles. She had also been hosting a prime time show on a national channel.
  • Vikram, whose last film Khoj (The Lost) had been screened in several film festivals, had also acted in 'Elar Char Adhyay' and 'Ami Ar Amar Girlfriends'.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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