Pavitra Rishta fame Ankita Lokhande recently took to her Instagram account where she shared a cryptic post which read, ‘It's not a goodbye, it's a see you later.’ However, it is assumed that the actor might be taking a break from social media. Just days before Sushant Singh Rajput’s first death anniversary, as Ankita announces that she will be taking a break from social media, a fan thinks it is a hypocrite move. The user quickly called her out by claiming that she gained a lot of footage and publicity after his untimely demise and now she is going underground.
The user comment read, “Ankita knows that SSR death anniversary is round the corner, bahut publicity pa liya SSR ke naam pe! So let’s go underground now and come back later ! #hypocrite @lokhandeankita” Well, quite a few users wondered why the break when late actor Sushant’s first death anniversary is approaching while some were being supportive to her. One commented, “see you you are always there in my hard times. You are my support system, my hope. Thank for being so fab. And being there for me... love you @lokhandeankita” another one said, “Never ever it's a goodbye from @sushantsinghrajput .... It's just a see you later letter from him and It's definitely gonna happen soon just wait and watch the gameplay of sushant : the untold story”
Not sure when she will be back to using her Insta account but similarly, SSR’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti has also mentioned that she will be taking a break from social media and will head to the mountains for the month of June, to pray and to spend her days in cherishing the memories of Sushant.
She said, “I am going on a solitary retreat for the whole month of June in the mountains. I won’t have access to internet or cell services there.” ALSO READ: 12 Years Of Pavitra Rishta: Ankita Lokhande Gets Emotional As She Remembers Late Sushant Singh Rajput; Says 'He Taught Me Acting'
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