Shweta Singh Kirti, the sister of the late Sushant Singh Rajput, shared priceless reminiscences of their Raksha Bandhan celebrations as children. She shared a collage of throwback photos wherein Sushant’s sisters have been seen fussing over him and tying him rakhis.
“Happy Rakshabandhan mera sweet sa baby… bahut pyaar karte hain hum aapko jaan… aur hamesha karte rahenge… you were, you are and you will always be our PRIDE! @sushantsinghrajput #happyrakshabandhan,” she captioned her Instagram post.
Ankita Lokhande, Sushant’s ex-girlfriend, showered love on the post. “Diiiiiiiii,” she commented, adopted by a coronary heart emoji.
Sushant’s eldest sister Neetu Singh, whom he affectionately addressed as ‘Rani di’, additionally penned an emotional note for him. Written in Hindi, the letter interprets to, “Today is your day. Today is our day. Today is rakhi. It is the first time in 35 years that the puja thal is decorated, the diya is lit, but I cannot perform aarti for you. I cannot tie the rakhi on your wrist. I cannot feed you sweets. I cannot kiss your forehead. I cannot hug you.”
“When you were born life became brighter. You spread joy in your lifetime. But now that you aren’t here, I don’t know what to do. I don’t know how to live without you. I never thought I’d see this day — a day without you in it. We learned so much together. But how am I supposed to learn to live without you? You tell me. Forever yours, Rani di,” it provides.
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Since Sushant’s dying on June 14, Shweta has been sharing reminiscences of him on social media. Last month, she shared her WhatsApp chat with him days earlier than he died, and revealed that they have been inseparable in class. Recently, she appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to help the household in getting justice for him.
“Dear Sir somehow my heart says you stand by the truth. We are from a very simple family. My brother had no Godfather when he was in Bollywood nor do we have anyone right now. My request to you is to immediately look into this case and make sure that everything is handled in a sanitized way and no evidence is tampered with. Expecting justice to prevail,” she wrote in a letter shared on Instagram.
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