Jiah Khan's mom quashes Sooraj's declare that she doesn't come to courtroom: 'Who took the case to the courtroom?'

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It was within the yr 2013 when Amitabh Bachchan’s co-star, Jiah Khan, was discovered lifeless at her condominium. Reportedly, the actress died by suicide and even the CBI said that it was a case of suicide after their investigation. Post which, her alleged boyfriend Sooraj Pancholi discovered himself in bother as a number of allegations have been levied upon him by Jiah’s mom together with defamation, and involvement in Jiah’s dying. The case has been happening within the courtroom and not too long ago, in an interview, Sooraj claimed that Jiah’s mom Rabia by no means seems for courtroom hearings. Now, Rabia has slammed the actor stating that it is him who does not seem more often than not. 

Sooraj had targetted Rabia for dragging the courtroom case for a number of years. In an interview, Rabia said that it was she who filed the case within the courtroom and she or he has been flying each month from London to Mumbai to attend the courtroom’s hearings. Rabia has been preventing to get justice for her daughter for the final 7 years. 

While chatting with India Today, Rabia stated, “Tell that child to get some training. Will the courtroom anticipate me? The case was shut by the police. Who took the case to the courtroom? I did. I do seem for the listening to, my lawyer, the staff has been showing. I’ve spent cash like water to get justice for my daughter. Most of the time, the hero [Sooraj] isn’t there. The courtroom needed to anticipate this accused to come back. When he comes, he brings the media alongside and laughs like nothing occurred. I fly from London each month for the hearings.”


Recently, Rabia shared an extended post, wherein she has talked in regards to the authorized case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide and focused Jiah and Sushant’s companions by calling them ‘narcissistic and psychopathic’.   

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