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Sushant Singh Rajput’s death is about to pass for more than 80 days but during this time there has not been a single day when his family and fans have not missed him. His family is constantly seeking justice for Sushant through social media.
Especially her sister Shweta Singh Kirti is loudly raising her voice to bring justice to her brother. Sushant keeps sharing memories on social media in the form of photos and videos.
Recently he has shared an emotional video of Sushant. In this video Sushant is seen crying. In the video’s background music, the dialogue of Sushant’s hit film MS Dhoni has been used in Mahi, Pakka Naa, Bahi Time Hai Na Hum. In this dialog, Mahi has been replaced by the word Bhai. Also, the video has the caption – Didi they killed me, I want justice.
While sharing the video, Shweta also wrote an emotional caption. He wrote, I lost my brother and my heart cries every day. How long will it take for the truth to come out. When will we get closure ?? # JusticeForSushantSinghRajput # Warriors4SRR # GlobalPrayers4SSR #StayUnited “
Brother told rare genius
Earlier, Shweta shared a video on Instagram, calling Sushant a rare genius. In the video, Sushant was seen simultaneously writing ‘Nothing is impossible’ with both hands. He had this unique talent. Shweta wrote in its caption, Rare Genius. Ambidexterity-mirror writing, less than 1% of the world’s population is able to do so. #MyBrotherTheBest #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput #GlobalPrayersForSSR
Brother’s memories shared earlier also
Earlier, Shweta had shared another video in which Sushant looked very happy in Ranchi’s school of blind children. Shweta wrote in the caption of the video, this was my brother. !! # MyBrotherTheBest