Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on June 14, in his Mumbai residence. The actor allegedly died by suicide and no note was found. Since Sushant’s sudden and untimely demise, his friends and family have been heartbroken and doing their best to seek justice for the late actor. Amidst all that, over two months after Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, former ladylove Ankita Lokhande and her partner join #Plants4SSR social media campaign. The Manikarnika actress took to her social media to share some adorable pictures planting trees at home.
On Instagram, Sushant Singh Rajput’s former ladylove Ankita Lokhande shared a string of pictures. The photos Ankita shared featured her dog ‘Hatchi’ and her enjoying their time planting some trees in the balcony. In the pictures, Ankita is spotted wearing a pink and white coloured maxi dress and has her hair left down. As the actress smiles and poses with her adorable pet dog, Lokhande looks happy and satisfied as she does some good needs.
Sharing the string of pictures on social media, Ankita Lokhande wrote, “Hatchi and mamma My partner In almost everything Planting plants It’s our way to remember him by fulfilling his dream #plants4SSR.” In the post’s caption, Ankita mentioned how she and her pet dog Hatchi are planting some trees. The actress mentioned that Hatchi is her partner in almost everything. While Ankita called Hatchi her partner, she mentioned that she is fulfilling late Sushant Singh Rajput’s dream by joining the #Plants4SSR social media campaign.
Meanwhile, just recently, SSR’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty’s friend Shibani Dandekar slammed Ankita Lokhande on social media in a tweet. Later, Shibani faced a backlash from netizens while Ankita garnered the support of her fans. Also Read: Rhea Chakraborty Arrested: Excerpt Of Rekha’s Media Trial From Her Autobiography Referring To Husband Mukesh Aggarwal’s Suicide Goes Viral
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