Remo D’Souza criticizes his brother-in-death law’s “You Broke Our Hearts,” writes Jason Watkins

Remo D'Souza, a choreographer, is mourning the death of his brother-in-law. Jason Watkins is a writer and a musician.

Remo D’Souza, a filmmaker, paid tribute to his brother-in-law Jason Watkins, who was discovered dead at his home in Mumbai on Thursday. “You shattered our hearts, brother,” the choreographer-director tweeted, adding, “I pray you finally find peace, Jason Watkins.” He shared a photo of himself and his brother-in-law on social media. According to news agency ANI, Jason Watkins, 42, allegedly committed suicide. There was no suicide note discovered. According to ANI, Jason Watkins, who lived with his father, was discovered dead. He was brought to a hospital and pronounced dead.

Lizelle D’Souza’s brother, Jason Watkins, was Remo D’Souza’s wife. Lizelle revealed in an interview with ETimes that “Daddy wrenched the door open and discovered Jason had murdered him.” Daddy has been on dialysis for quite some time. I’m not sure what he did to himself because I’m simply driving to Papa’s place. My father and Jason remained together. “

When Lizelle was asked if her brother was upset, she said, “I believe he was still grieving over our mother’s death, which occurred in 2018.” He was a dear friend of hers. ” Lizelle also said that she found out about her brother’s death while attending a wedding in Goa and that the family was in “awful shock.”

Remo D'Souza Mourns Demise Of His Brother-In-Legislation Jason Watkins, Writes: "You Broke Our Hearts"

“Am sorry mum, I failed you,” Lizelle captioned a picture of herself with her mother and brother.

Remo D'Souza's brother-in-law Jason Watkins dies by suicide, confirms police | People News | Zee News

Jason Watkins was Remo D’Souza’s associate director on all of his productions, including the dance-based ABCD trilogy and Race 3.

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