Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14. However, his death has created a stir all across the nation. There remains a half that believes that the actor was depressed and even had bipolar disorder. On the other hand, some till date suspect foul play in his demise. All the sisters, starting from Shweta Singh Kirti to the eldest sister, Rani are now seeking justice.
Over the past few days, most of Sushant’s sisters have created their social media accounts. Initially, it was just Shweta, but now Priyanka Singh and Meetu are active too. The only one who is still off social media is the eldest sister, Rani. However, Shweta has a shared a heartbreaking note from her behalf on the occasion of Rakshabandhan.
As revealed by Ankita Lokhande too, Sushant Singh Rajput really respected Rani. In fact, he would never refuse any of her decisions, until last year when she booked his tickets but he refused to travel home. That moment itself, the eldest sister felt she was losing her brother, as per reports.
Now, in a heartfelt note shared by Shweta Singh Kirti, Rani had written a poem for her baby brother. “Gulshan (Sushant Singh Rajput), my child… It’s my day today. It’s your day today. It’s our day today. Today is Rakhi. For the first time in 35 years, the prayer plate is decorated, the lamp is lit and there’s teeka, sweets and rakhi for you,” began the note.
It continued, “Only the smiling face that I performed aarti for.. is missing. The forehead to put the teeka is missing. The mouth to sweeten is missing. There is no forehead to kiss. I don’t have my brother to hug. Years ago, when you arrived, my life sparkled with joy. When you were here, there was brightness everywhere. You’re not here now and I don’t understand what to do. I don’t know how to live without you. I learnt so many things with you. How do I learn to live alone without you? Tell me. Yours forever, Rani Di.”
Check out Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Rani’s note below: