Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti shares his motivational message for her in a handwritten card. See pic
Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister has shared a handwritten card which the late actor wrote to her some time back.Updated: Jul 05, 2020 08:03 IST
Shweta shared the picture of the card on Instagram with a few heart emojis. The message reads, “‘She’ who says she & ‘she’ who says ‘she’ can’t are both usually right! You are the first she, love you, Bhai, Sushant.” Shweta had earlier shared the card along with a heartfelt note on Facebook, which she later deleted.
Shweta had recently shared a throwback picture of Sushant with her daughter and captioned it, “Sweethearts, Freyju with her Mamu #sushantsinghrajput.” A few days ago, Shweta had shared a picture from their Patna home along with a goodbye note. “A Final love and positivity filled send-off to my little brother. Hope you always stay happy where ever you are.... we will always love you for eternity. #sushantsinghrajput,” she’d written.
Sushant died by suicide at his Mumbai apartment on June 14. He was 34 and suffering from depression. The police have been questioning several of his close friends, colleagues and industry members in relation to his death. The statements of at least 29 people have been recorded in connection with the case.
His family had recently shared a statement on his 13th day of his death, in which they bid an emotional goodbye to the late actor along with a few announcements in his memory. The statement stated that the family intends to maintain his Instagram, Twitter and Facebook page as legacy accounts to keep his memories alive. His childhood home in Rajiv Nagar, Patna will be turned into a memorial which will have his personal memorabilia and belongings including thousands of his books, his telescope, flight-simulator etc, for his fans and admirers, it read. The Sushant Singh Rajput Foundation (SSRF) will also be set up to honour his legacy and support young talents in areas close to his heart — cinema, science and sports.
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