Shweta Singh Kirti has penned an emotional note for her late brother on what would have been his 37th birthday. She took to her Instagram handle and shared an unseen picture of the late actor with her kids.
The picture featured Shweta’s daughter kissing Sushant on cheek while the actor’s nephew is also visible in the picture.
Sharing the adorable throwback, Shweta wrote, “Happy Birthday mera cute sa sweet sa Bhai… Always remain happy wherever you are (I have a feeling you must be hanging out with Shiv Ji in Kailash) we love you infinity to the power infinity! At times you should look down and see how much magic you have created. You gave birth to so many Sushants with the heart of gold just like yours. I am so proud of you my baby and always will be. #sushantday #sushantmoon." (sic)
Sushant Singh Rajput’s death was a major blow to Bollywood and his fans. While his family members continue to seek closure and justice in the alleged suicide case, his sister had previously reacted to the shocking claims of his ‘murder’ made by a former employee of Mumbai’s Cooper hospital.
Roopkumar Shah, who allegedly witnessed the postmortem of Sushant Singh Rajput in June 2020, recently claimed that the actor didn’t die by suicide and his body had “marks of fracture". Shah retired from service in October 2022 from Cooper Hospital, however, he did not present any proofs to back his claims.
Following Shah’s statements, Shweta reacted to his claims and urged the central bureau of investigation (CBI) to look into the murder claim “diligently". Taking to Instagram she shared a screenshot of the news which read, “Sushant Singh Rajput was murdered: Autopsy staff makes shocking claim."
Sharing the screengrab, Shweta wrote: “If there is an ounce of truth to this evidence, we urge CBI to really look into it diligently. We have always believed that you guys will do a fair investigation and let us know the truth. Our heart aches to find no closure as yet. #justiceforsushantsinghrajput."
Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his flat in suburban Bandra on June 14, 2020.