Shekar Suman Suspects Something Fishy In Sushant Singh’s Case!
Suman Opens Up About His Inner Feelings Of Despair And Disappointment
Actor Shekhar Suman shares that in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case he feels there is something more to it but nothing can be proven without evidence. “We should maintain dignity in his death and stop vilifying his image”, said Suman.
After all the bend and turns that unfurled in the previous few months with respect to entertainer Sushant Singh Rajput's demise case, the most recent AIIMS report pronounced it as an instance of self destruction. Nonetheless, the entertainer's family, well-wishers and fans, which smelled a rat and have been battling for equity and justice, communicated their absolute disappointment thus did Shekhar Suman. Be that as it may, he keeps up he has full confidence in the legal executive and explains he isn't disappointed with Rajput's sweetheart Rhea Chakraborty getting bail in the medication misuse case connected to the passing case.
“I hold the honourable Bombay High Court in high esteem. You’ve to respect the agencies. If they didn’t find anything against her, so fair enough. She wasn’t a part of any drug cartel, as far as we know now, she procured drugs and passed it on to her boy friend. You never know she might have stopped him from taking drugs or not. You can’t call someone guilty until proven by court of law,” the 57-year-old actor said.
“People are upset with Dr Sudhir Gupta (AIIMS Forensic Head, who lead the team that re-evaluated Rajput’s post mortem report) but the panel had more doctors and they were chosen by the authority. They’re saying what they found out. Unfortunately there’s no evidence…There are billions of cases in this world that have gone unsolved and many times innocent people were sent to the gallows. And there have been instances when a new development changed the course, so miracles do happen. Let’s hope and pray it happens this time too... Thankfully we’ve social media where we can go and vent our feelings, doubts and apprehensions,” he added on Sushant Singh’s 6-month death anniversary.
“A dead man cannot speak for himself. Now it’s been said he was a drug addict, which he would move from one woman to another… Why are we pushing him into the dark corners? I am not prepared to hear that you’re fighting for someone who was a drug addict. We should maintain dignity in his death and stop vilifying his image, tearing him into shreds is wrong. Let’s leave it to God now. The power above us all will do justice. Let’s be satisfied, at least we fought tooth and nail. I would like to remember him as a bright boy who unfortunately is no more with us,” he concluded.