Sushant Singh Rajput's household feels the actor was 'brutally murdered' and ‘crooks trapped' him

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Sushant’s household feels the actor was ‘brutally murdered’ &  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

Key Highlights

  • It was on June 14, when Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide
  • Sushant’s suicide case is beneath investigation
  • Recently, his household launched a 9 web page open letter and talked about their emotions in direction of dropping their son

It is shut to 2 months that we live in a world that’s with out Bollywood’s most promising actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor was discovered lifeless at his Bandra residence on June 14 and ever since then, there have been a number of claims and allegations, and followers and his household have been demanding justice for the late actor. Sushant died by suicide, nevertheless, his followers and household really feel that he was murdered, and to analyze the identical, they demanded a CBI inquiry. 

The case is beneath investigation and amidst that, the household has launched a 9-page open letter, during which they talked about their journey, and the way they really feel Sushant was ‘brutally murdered’. The letter started with strains by Firaq Jalalpuri, which learn, ‘Tu idhar udhar ki na baat kar ye bata ki qafila kyun luta mujhe rahzanon se gila nahin teri rahbari ka sawal hai.’

In the letter, the household additional said that Sushant was ‘mannat‘ of his mom and entire life the household didn’t take something from anybody, neither harmed anybody. The letter that has been shared by information company, IANS, and although his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty has not been named within the letter, it mentioned Sushant was ‘brutally murdered’ and that ‘crooks trapped’ him. It additionally questioned how costly legal professionals are being employed within the case, questioning if they’ll ‘murder’ justice.

Further, the household writes, “People only dream about what happened in the last 8-10 years. But what happened today, should not even happen to an enemy.”


In the letter, the household mentions how they weren’t even given the time to mourn the premature demise of their son as footage of his lifeless physique went viral on the web. Further within the letter, the household mentions that they’ve been receiving ‘threats’ for demanding justice and combating for their son. 

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