Along with Sushant Singh Rajput’s millions of fans, the late actor’s former girlfriend Ankita Lokhande had had also been quite vocal in demanding justice for Sushant. Pavitra Rishta actress Ankita Lokhande stood firmly by Sushant’s family, and extended her support to them, often joining in the social media campaigns initiated for Sushant on social media. However, since the last few weeks, as she has been making happy posts once again, she was trolled by a section of Sushant’s fans that were disappointed with her and targeted her for forgetting about Sushant and the fight for his justice.
When Ankita Lokhande shared happy snaps with her boyfriend Vicky Jain on Diwali, her post was met with several harsh comments asking if she has forgotten Sushant Singh Rajput. In more posts later, they trolled her for moving on in life so easily post Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. Through it all, Ankita did not reply to the trolls, but one of her recent Instagram story is making us wonder if she took a dig at the trolls.
She shared a post on her Instagram story that read, “It's not my job to be likeable. It's my job to be myself. The right people will gravitate.” Take a look at the Instagram story below:
Meanwhile, Ankita Lokhande recently paid a special tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput by grooving to his songs, and also performed on the title track of Pavitra Rishta at Zee Rishtey Awards. She has been sharing several glimpses of her rehearsals and performance on social media. In one of the posts, she wrote, “This time it’s very different and difficult to perform. From me to u it’s painful!!!! #sushantsinghrajput #manavarchana #ankitalokhande #zeerishteawards2020 #tribute #pavitrarishta. ALSO READ: Ankita Lokhande Gets Trolled Yet Again For Posting Happy Pictures; Sushant Singh Rajput’s Fans Say, ‘Hum Roz Tumko Sushant Ki Yaad Dilayenge'
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