Vijay Antony’s Wife Fatima Shares Heartbreaking Note After Meera’s Death | spcilvly

Tamil actor Vijay Antony’s daughter committed suicide on September 19. She was 16 years old. Now, the actor’s wife, Fatima, shared his first post on her X account (formerly called Twitter) to write a heartbreaking note about the death of her daughter. She posted a photo of Meera to accompany the post. (Also Read: Vijay Antony returns to work days after his daughter’s death, fans say it might be ‘too soon’)

Fatima has issued an emotional statement on social media following the death of her daughter Meera.
Fatima has issued an emotional statement on social media following the death of her daughter Meera.

Fatima’s note to Meera

On Monday, Vijay Antony’s wife Fatima took to her X account and wrote that she is finding it difficult to move on and wants Meera to return to her family. “If I had known that you would only live 16 years, I would have kept you very, very close to me, without even showing you the sun and the moon, I drown and die with your thoughts, I cannot live without you.” “Come back to babba and amma. Laara is still waiting for you, love you Thangam @vijayantony,” the post read. Fatima shared a photo of Meera with the post. In the picture, Meera is seen dressed in blue and holding a paper in her hands.

About Meera’s death

Vijay Antony and Fatima’s daughter was reportedly found dead in her room around 3 am on September 19. The actor and composer rushed her to a nearby private hospital, where she was pronounced dead on arrival. A few days after her death, Vijay issued an emotional statement on social media. In the post written in Tamil, Vijay Antony spoke at length about his daughter.

The statement in Tamil was loosely translated as: “My daughter Meera is a very loving and brave girl. She is now in a better and peaceful place where there will be no caste, creed, money, jealousy or pain. She is still talking to me. I have died along with her. I’ve started spending time with her now. Any good deed I do from now on in her name will be initiated by her.” According to local outlet Thanthi TV, Fatima burst into tears at the funeral while saying goodbye to her daughter and allegedly said: “I carried you in the womb … You could have said a word to me.”

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