Manikarnika actress Ankita Lokhande is seeking justice for late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, just like his fans, along with the family. The actress is constantly sharing posts on social media as she hopes the truth behind Sushant’s mysterious death is out soon. When late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was in a relationship with Pavitra Rishta co-star Ankita Lokhande, the ex-couple had a pet dog named ‘Scotch’. Today, Ankita Lokhande took to her social media to share a picture with her pet dog Scotch.
On Instagram, Ankita Lokhande shared a comforting picture with Scotch and it’s all hearts. The actress shared the picture of her and Scotch, with the caption, “The best therapist has fur and four legs.” The picture features Ankita holding Scotch up closely in her arms and their bond seems irreplaceable. In the picture, Scotch has his head close to Ankita’s heart and the photo is worth a million.
The beautiful bond between Ankita Lokhande and Scotch, in the picture, is beyond words. The picture sees Scotchie and Ankita comforting each other and it’s nothing but love. The Pavitra Rishta actress shared the picture with her pooch calling him the best therapist. While Ankita calls Scotch her best therapist she also revealed how the ‘best therapist’ has fur and four legs and we couldn’t agree less. In the picture, as Ankita and Scotch are seen having a moment, the actress is dressed in a pair of comfy pyjamas and a baggy tee.
Meanwhile, talking about Scotch, Sushant and Ankita got him together when they were in a relationship. Scotch later stayed back with Lokhande when SSR and she parted ways. Sushant on the other hand had a black Labrador named Fudge, who is currently living with the late actor’s family, in Patna. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Former Girlfriend Ankita Lokhande Shares A Pic Of ‘Scotch’, A Dog SSR And Ankita Got Together-Pic INSIDE
Image source: Instagram/ Ankita Lokhande, Sandip Ssingh, APH iMages
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