Late Sushant Singh Rajput’s Sister Shweta Singh Prays To Durga Ma And Says ‘Please Let The Truth Come Out’
After Sushant Singh Rajput’s mysterious death shook everyone, justice is yet to be served. His sister Shweta Singh just has one wish from Durga Ma. She wants justice to be served
Late Sushant Singh Rajput’s death shocked everyone. His mysterious death also opened up a big avenue for busting drug smugglers all across the nation. Rhea Chakraborty, who was dating the late actor that time was accused of being the culprit behind his death reportedly. The justice to Sushant’s death is yet to be served and his sister Shweta Singh has only one wish from Durga Ma.
Shweta posted a picture on social media of the late actor smiling. This surely got us emotional once again.
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Shweta shared that the late actor will always remain their pride. She also added that he has stirred alot of love in every heart and everyone has been relentlessly fighting for him. Shweta also prays to Durga Ma that let the truth come out and let their clamoring hearts find some peace.
Even fans in the comments section were hoping for the same. Everyone has also asked that when would the next update in the SSR case arrive?
Prior to this as well Priyanka Singh, Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister had taken a dig at Bollywood with a cryptic post on social media with a picture of the late actor. The caption had strong words which perfectly resonated with the on going situation. It said that even if the audience says ‘aah’ the celebrities are defamed and the murderers in Bollywood are saved even if they do murder without speaking anything. This quote was by Akbar Allahabadi.
It’s been more than a year than Sushant Singh Rajput passed away. It’s still not clear as to what exactly was the reason behind his tragic death. From his family to a loyal legion of fans, everyone has been seeking the truth in this case.
Our condolences once again to the family of the lost soul and may the departed soul rest in peace.