Chandani had as of late purchased the games bike, Suzuki V Strom 650 XT, and was en route to his home on Sunday morning when his speeding motorcycle lost control at around 6.30 am on Cunningham Road. The bike smashed into a post and collided with the compound mass of a loft. The after-death report is anticipated.
Bystanders alarmed High Grounds traffic police who hurried to the spot. Ajay was moved to Jain Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries. Police at first idea it was a wheeling stunt gone wrong, yet later said it was because of speeding. Police said there were no road lights at the accident spot.
The police were educated about the occurrence by a bystander, and Chandani was taken to Jain Hospital. After doing combating for life for near 1.30 hours, he succumbed to injuries at 8.10 am. Even though he was wearing a protective cap, he purportedly kicked the bucket because of internal injuries.
It was at first being suspected that Chandani’s wheeling stunt may have gone wrong, yet the police later explained that the accident was brought about by speeding.
Ajay Chandani was taken to the hospital, and after battling for life for practically 1.30 hour, he succumbed to injuries. Ajay was riding his pristine Rs 7.5-lakh Suzuki V Strom 650 XT bike.
Chandani was the child generally Pal Chandani, who was a leading distributor of Hindi films in Karnataka. Like his dad, Ajay too disseminated Bollywood films and financed Kannada films.
His better half & little girl make him a promise.
In the meantime, Kiccha Sudeep has communicated his sympathy over the demise. He tweeted, “Extremely miserable to hear tat a noticeable character of KFI n a nearby pal to many, Ajay buddy is no more. All will genuinely miss him — my most profound sympathies to all his close n dear ones.