Kanupriya, actor and anchor, passed away as a result of Covid-19 complications
Kanu Priya, the host of Awakening Of Mind with Brahma Kumaris and Karmabhoomi, passed away on April 30 after succumbing to the novel coronavirus. BK Shivani, a sister, announced the news on social media.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has claimed the lives of a number of celebrities in the last few days. Kanu Priya, the host of Awakening Of Mind with Brahma Kumaris and Karmabhoomi, was one of the recent celebrities who passed away. She was a news anchor, actress, and filmmaker. On Friday, Kanu Priya took the last breath as a result of Covid-19 complications.
Sister BK Shivani of the Brahma Kumaris expressed her condolences for her death, saying - Om Shanti Angels, Last night, a very beautiful angel, a God-ordained instrument, Sis. Kanupriya passed from this life into another mystical realm, where she would spread happiness and wellbeing to millions of souls. Kanupriya is a pure soul who is always giving, loving, compassionate, and selfless. She existed for a higher cause, to create a beautiful world, and we know that no matter what costume she wears, she will always be God's angel, whose every life will be surrendered to His will and His mission of bringing The New Age into being. Let us all meditate and give her our gratitude and blessings. Thank You Beautiful Soul for being who you are and will always be.
Karmbhoomi, Kanu Priya's show, focused on young leadership. Its goal was to develop leaders who could motivate young people to pursue self-improvement and make better decisions. They dealt with a variety of topics, including feminism, body image issues, and raising mental health consciousness among young people. Kanu Priya began her acting career in Bhanwar, Anaro, Tesu Ke Phool, Ranjishen, Meri Kahani, Kartavya, Kahi Aek Gaon, Ab Aur Nahi, Tumhara Intezar Hai, and Sur Sargam, and has appeared in over 80 serials and 50 telefilms.