A heartbreaking message from Vijay Antony’s wife Fatima following Meera’s passing: “I can’t live without you”

Tamil actor Vijay Antony’s daughter died via suicide on September 19. She used to be sixteen years old. Now, the actor’s spouse Fatima shared the first publish on her social media account to pen a heartbreaking observe on the demise of her daughter. She posted a photograph of Meera to accompany the post.

On Monday, Vijay Antony’s spouse Fatima took to her social media account and wrote that she is discovering it tough to hold going beforehand and desires Meera to return to her family. “If I’d recognised u will stay solely for sixteen years, I would have simply stored u very very shut to me, now not even proven you to the solar and moon, am drowning and death with ur thoughts, can’t stay besides you, come again to babba and amma. laara maintains ready for u, love u Thangam⁦ @vijayantony,” the publish read. Fatima shared a photograph of Meera with the post. In the picture, Meera used to be viewed in a blue outfit, conserving a paper in her hands.

Vijay Antony and Fatima’s daughter used to be reportedly located lifeless in her room at round three am on September 19. The actor and tune composer rushed her to a close by non-public hospital, the place she used to be declared lifeless on arrival. A few days after her death, Vijay issued an emotional announcement on social media. In the put up written in Tamil, Vijay Antony spoke at size about his daughter.

The announcement in Tamil loosely translated as, “My daughter Meera is such an affectionate and courageous girl. She is now in a higher and peaceable region the place there might not be caste, creed, money, jealousy, pain. She is nonetheless speaking to me. I have died alongside with her. I have started out spending time with her now. Whatever suitable deeds that I will be doing henceforth on behalf of her, will be initiated with the aid of her.” Fatima broke down in tears at the funeral as she bid farewell to her daughter. She reportedly said, “I carried you in the womb… You may want to have stated a phrase to me.”