In the bustling city of Mumbai, tragedy struck when a towering hoarding collapsed amidst a ferocious storm in the suburb of Ghatkopar. Among the casualties were the beloved relatives of Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan: his uncle, Manoj Chansoriya, aged 60, and aunt, Anita, aged 59. They had traveled from their hometown of Jabalpur to Mumbai for visa-related matters and were en route to visit their son in the United States when the unfortunate incident occurred.

Reports suggest that the Chansoriyas had halted at a petrol pump in Ghatkopar to refuel their vehicle when the powerful winds caused the massive hoarding to topple over, trapping several individuals underneath its debris. Despite frantic rescue efforts, it took a painstaking 48-hour search operation before the lifeless bodies of Kartik's relatives were recovered from the wreckage.

Heartbroken by the loss, Kartik Aaryan, though consumed by grief, made a poignant appearance at their funeral, bidding a tearful farewell to his uncle and aunt. Yet, amidst the anguish, the actor's professional commitments continued, with his focus on promoting his upcoming film, "Chandu Champion." This sports drama, helmed by acclaimed director Kabir Khan, chronicles the inspiring journey of Murlikant Petkar, India's pioneering Paralympic gold medalist. 

Despite the demanding schedule, Kartik remains steadfast, eagerly anticipating the trailer launch of "Chandu Champion" in his hometown of Gwalior, with the theatrical release slated for June 14th.