Sushant’s sister Shweta targets ‘paid PR’ & |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Months have passed by however we’re nonetheless unable to simply accept the truth that Sushant Singh Rajput is not amongst us. The Bollywood actor, 34, died by suicide on June 14 at his Bandra residence. Ever because the tragic information broke, the actor’s household, pals and followers have been on their toes demanding justice for him. Sushant’s US-based sister Shweta Singh Kirti typically shares heart-wrenching posts for her late brother. With the ‘Justice for SSR’ marketing campaign, Shweta has been seeing justice for the late actor.
Earlier today, Shweta took to Twitter to slam ‘paid PR’ after a Hollywood billboard firm lower ties with the marketing campaign. Her tweet learn, “It seems the paid PR has it’s reach everywhere. Hollywood Billboard company reached out telling they will not keep the Billboard any longer! The wordings on the billboard only demanded fair trial and justice! #Report4SSR #JusticeForSushantSinghRajputt #Warriors4SSR”
Along with this, she additionally shared a screenshot of the mail that was despatched to her by the billboard firm. It learn, “The team had not done their research on what the campaign was regarding. It is their interpretation that this is a smear campaign of the woman that is “related” with Sushant. *** Media is choosing to cut ties with any involvement of the campaign. You will be given for a refund for the days remaining. Thank you.”
Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life was being investigated by the Mumbai Police when the actor’s father, KK Singh, filed an FIR in opposition to his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and 5 others in Patna. Following this, the Bihar police additionally began probing the case. Recently, the Supreme Court gave the cost of the investigation to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
A CBI group has began probing the case and has interrogated Rhea and her members of the family. Others who had been near the actor are additionally being interrogated. Many angles and theories have cropped up on this high-profile loss of life case.