Wife of the young star posted a video on TikTok confirming the sad news as fans all over Pakistan mourn the loss of a beloved TikToker.
The TikToker received massive fame in Pakistan with over 2.5 million followers on TikTok.
Fans are shocked and sad at this recent development and have shared their feelings and condolences on Twitter.
— Syeda Trimzi (@TrimiziiiSyeda) September 15, 2020
— Tanha♥️ (@tanha_says) September 15, 2020
— SONIYA Ahmed (@SONIYAAhmed17) September 15, 2020
A fan shared one of Adil Rajput’s video where the star confirmed to receiving death threats and now fans are skeptical.
He was receiving death threats since last few weeks. Now, he is killed in a planned road accident. What the hell happening in this country.
No one controlling mafias#AdilRajput pic.twitter.com/CbA2euQbxH
— His Highness Tab 👑🇵🇰🇹🇷 (@DearTabisshtaha) September 15, 2020
#AdilRajput was recieving multiple death threats and now he died in a traffic accident. There might be a connection between his accident and death threats.
— Usama Imtiaz (@UsamaImtiaz37) September 15, 2020
— simple_girl (@Hafsaofficial2) September 15, 2020
Fans mourn the loss today with a heavy heart.
— @Tybakhanofficial (@gloriarossela66) September 15, 2020
— Shehzad malik (@Shehzad75241785) September 15, 2020
Driving karne se pehle duaen parh kia kren ho skta hy wo safar apko manzil tak puhancha de…..
Yahan ik car accident ko 1 year complete hoa tha… Or aj ik or Car accident 💔 #Rip #adilrajput #shahdaniyalkhan
— mky_writes (@Mky_writes) September 15, 2020
— Ali Irshad 🇵🇰 (@aliirshad_m) September 15, 2020
Not many details about the incident have been revealed about the accident as the fans continue to wait for further news.
Recently fans also had to witness the shocking news of sudden death of the famed TikTok Star Daniyal Khan who died in a road accident in Islamabad.
TikTok has also been under tremendous fire in Pakistan after Pakistan Telecom Authority asked TikTok subsequently to regulate and block vulgar content.
In July, the PTA had issued a “final warning” to Chinese-owned social media app to strictly regulate on what it called “immoral, obscene and vulgar” content on the video-sharing platform.