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Soul singer Amy Winehouse was found dead at her flat in London. A drug overdose of is being investigated as the cause of death.
Winehouse had long battled drug and alcohol addiction, leading to her management canceling her concerts on more than one ocassion. In fact, during one of her stage appearances she was so drunk, she could only mumble the lyrics of her songs as she struggled to keep up with her band. Needless to say, she was booed off stage.With her unfortunate and untimely death, Amy Winehouse has joined a long list of celebrities who have died suddenly at the age of 27; Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain and Heath Ledger all succumbed to various degrees of substance abuse at the same age.
Actor Vivek Shauq, best known for his role in comedy serial Flop Show and Ulta Pulta with comedian Jaspal Bhatti, died after suffering a heart attack.
The 47-year-old actor had acted in about 60 films - both Hindi and Punjabi - including Gadar - Ek Prem Katha, Aitraaz and 36 China Town among others.
Here's a look at some other celebrities whose lives were tragically cut short by disease, accident, by their own hand or those of others.
Bobby Farrell, the frontman of the 70's disco quartet Boney M, has died in St Petersburg of unknown causes. He was 61.
The Daddy Cool hitmaker, known for his flamboyant costumes and energetic dancing was found dead in his hotel room said his agent John Seine.
The death was sudden, since he performed with his band the day before, in the Russian city and his body was found in his by hotel staff after he failed to respond to a wake-up call.
Young filmmaker Manish Acharya, who rose to fame with his first film Loins of Punjab Presents, died in a freak accident after he fell off a horse in Matheran. Manish was associated with Hrithik Roshan's Luck By Chance and Sita Sings the Blues.
Indian supermodel and former Miss Mauritius, Viveka Babaji was found dead inside her apartment at suburban Bandra in Mumbaion June 25, 2010.
27-year-old Babaji's body was found hanging from the ceiling fan of her residence. Viveka was a former Miss World participant and had also acted in a few movies though she was best known for her Kamasutra campaign in the 90s.
Reports suggested that she was depressed after breaking up with her boyfriend and the police had also recovered a suicide note from the house.
Forty-six year-old Tamil actor Murali, who had acted in over 100 films, died of a heart attack earlier this year. Murali, son of famous Kannada film director Siddalingaia, made his debut in Tamil film in 1984 playing the lead role in Poovilangu, directed by Ameerjhan. Murali was much-sought after actor in the 90s when he gave a string of hit movies.
Divya Bharti (February 25, 1974 - April 5, 1993): She started her career in 1990 with Telugu films making her debut in Bobbili Raja. After several other hits in the South, she entered Hindi films with Vishwatma in 1992. Around midnight on April 5, 1993, Divya fell to her death off her husband Sajid Nadiadwala's 5-storey apartment building, Tulsi 2 in Mumbai. There were numerous speculations regarding Divya's sudden demise, including the possibility of accidental death, suicideand even murder. Police closed the investigation into her death in 1998, but the circumstances of her death still remain murky.
Ishmeet Singh Sodhi (September 2, 1988 - July 29, 2008): In July 2008, Singh, winner of Amul STAR Voice of India 2007, went on a visit to the Maldives with fellow contestants Sumitra and Vyom for a concert that was to be held on August 1, 2008. He died on July 29, 2008, drowning in the swimming pool of the Chaaya Island Dhonveli resort in Male where he was staying.
Ishmeet's family suspect that he has been murdered and have listed the reasons why on the Ishmeet Singh Foundation website.
Smita Patil (October 17, 1955 - December 13, 1986): Along with actress and co-star Shabana Azmi, she was one of the potent quartet representing India's parallel cinema. Her performances were often acclaimed, and she was mostly noted for her work in such art films as Manthan (1977), Bhumika (1977), Aakrosh (1980) and Chakra (1981). Smita died from childbirth complications on December 13, 1986, aged 31, barely 6 hours after having given birth to her son, Prateek Babbar. Nearly two decades later, one of India's greatest film directors, Mrinal Sen alleged that Smita Patil had died due to gross medical negligence.