Sushant Singh Rajput’s brother-in-law backs Ankita Lokhande&
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, 34, handed away on June 14. The actor was discovered hanging at his Bandra home. The information of his unlucky demise despatched shockwaves throughout the nation and lots of from the movie fraternity provided condolences on social media. Currently, the actor’s demise case is being investigated by three companies; Central Bureau of Investigation, Enforcement Directorate and Narcotics Control Bureau.
Amidst the investigations, many celebrities have additionally been participating in a disagreement on social media. After Shibani Dandekar penned a post calling out Ankita Lokhande for her latest remarks on actress Rhea Chakraborty, the Pavitra Rishta actress hit again with an in depth post explaining her stance.
While Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti backed Ankita earlier, now, the late actor’s brother-in-law Vishal Kirti, too, has sided with Ankita within the stated matter. Reacting to Ankita’s post, Vishal requested her to not take ‘jibes’ made by the ‘paid PR’ significantly. He additionally added that Ankita’s assist means loads to the household.
Further, he termed this as an organised effort to assault people who find themselves searching for justice for Sushant.
His tweet learn, “Dear @anky1912. Please don’t take the jibes made by paid PR seriously. Your support means a lot to the family. This is an organized effort to attack people who want #Justice4SSR.As you have correctly pointed out,all we want is to know the truth. More power to you for your bravery.”
Vishal’s tweet comes after Ankita penned an extended word explaining that she has by no means stated that Sushant’s demise was a homicide. “I always have encouraged justice for my late friend SSR and stood by the bereaved family and truth should be brought out by the investigating agencies,” learn part of her post. She additionally targetted Rhea in her post and stated that if she was conscious of the late actor’s psychological well being situation, ‘ought to we’ve got allowed a depressed man to eat medication?’