Australia has a sweet gesture for late Sushant Singh Rajput, sister Shweta Singh shares the essence



New Delhi: Since Sushant Singh Rajput’s unfortunate demise, prayers have been pouring in for his family from across the globe. To honor the late actor few benches in Australia have been named after him. Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti took to her Instagram to share two photos of benches that have been named after Sushant Singh Rajput.  Alongside pictures, She wrote, “He lives on… his name lives on… his essence lives on! That is the impact of a pure soul! You are God’s own child my baby… you will always live on.. #ForeverSushant.”

In the first photo, the words printed on the bench are “Sushant Singh Rajput 1986-2020 (Bihar, Mumbai, India) An Actor, keen Astronomer, Environmentalist & Humanitarian. A soul that touched millions.” While on another bench, the note read as “Sushant’s Point – A light so bright, it unearthed the darkness to bring about the change. A small contribution to preserving nature by Celebrate India Inc. with Aussizz Group. 7 November 2020.”

 Shweta Singh Kirti is continuously sharing her views and opinions on social media about demanding justice in her late brother’s suicide case. Earlier in starting of March, she took to Twitter and penned a strong poem while remembering her brother and mentioned how she is at a loss for words to express her grief. She used the hashtag ‘Truth About Sushant’ with her post and mentioned that she is ‘outpouring’ her heart. 

Her post read on Twitter, “There is so much that needs to be said, But no words to express! There is a mountain to be climbed, But no set path defined!” “The warrior in me is all grief-stricken and withered, But the unwavering faith inside is not ready to flicker! My heart clamours, “I am falling into an abyss, I need to heal”. She concluded, “My mind says I haven’t found closure…The answers to deal! There is no end in sight, But have questions that will never ever subside!!”

Sushant was recently in the news when his 2019 film Chhichhore bagged the Best Film (Hindi) at the 67th National Film Awards on Monday. Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, the film also stars Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Sharma in pivotal roles. Sushant played the role of Aniruddh or Anni in the film. Chhichhore is a college comedy and is Sushant’s last theatrical release.

Talking about Sushant’s unfortunate demise, he died on June 14, 2020, by suicide. Currently, Three central agencies Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) are investigating the actor’s death from multiple angels.





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