Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Anusha Dandekar Supports Rhea Chakraborty; Says, 'Heart Hurts To Know What They Are Doing To Our Little Rabbit'

After Shibani Dandekar took to her Instagram and put up a post in support of Rhea Chakraborty, her sister VJ Anusha too voiced her opinion and said her heart hurts for Rhea.

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Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Anusha Dandekar Supports Rhea Chakraborty; Says, 'Heart Hurts To Know What They Are Doing To Our Little Rabbit'
Two months after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty who is also prime accused in his death case broke her silence and reacted to each and every accusation and allegation. In her first-ever interview, the actress had said along with seeking justice for Sushant and his family she now seeks justice for herself and her family. After her interview few actors like Taapsee, Swara, Vidya Balan have come out to support Rhea and now adding to the list is her close friend Shibani Dandekar. 

The actress who was snapped spending some time with Rhea post SSR's death, today morning took her Instagram to lend support to Rhea by posting a long note seeking justice for her. And in the same post, Shibani's younger sister Anusha came ahead to support Rhea by saying how hurt she is to see her in this situation. Anushka on Shibani's post commented, "I’m crying, my heart hurts to know what they are doing to our little rabbit... She is our baby sister forever ❤️❤️❤️ #justiceforrhea".ALSO READ Shibani Dandekar Seeks #JusticeForRhea; ‘Best Thing You Ever Did Looking After Sushant Led You To The Worst Experience Of Your Life’; Celebs Lend Support

Well, Anusha's post clearly indicates the close bond Rhea shares with the Dandekar sisters. And in her tough times, they have come ahead not just to support her but also get her justice. ALSO READ Sushant Singh Rajput's Sister Priyanka Was Made A Nominee In His Bank Account And His Investments In May 2020- Reports

In the post shared by Shibani, the singer/actress had written, "I’ve known Rhea Chakraborty since she was 16years old! Vibrant, strong, vivacious, such a bright spark… so full of life. I've witnessed such a stark contrast to this side of her personality over the last few months as her and her family (some of the kindest warmest best people you will ever meet) have experienced the most unimaginable trauma! We have watched the media behave like complete vultures on a witch-hunt, vilifying and torturing an innocent family to breaking point!”

She further wrote, “Her basic human rights taken away as the media play judge jury and executioner! We have seen the death of journalism and a frightening side of humanity! What was her crime? She loved a boy, looked after him through his darkest days, put her life on hold to be there for him and when he took his own life she was crucified. What have we become? I've seen first hand what this has done to her mother’s health, how it has affected her father who gave his life to serving this country for 20 years, how quickly her brother has had to grow up and how strong he has had to be.” 

Calling Rhea her pillar of strength, Shibani added, “I have so much love and respect for you, for the human being you are and for fighting this till the end knowing that you have the truth on your side... I'm sorry you had to go through this.. I'm sorry that we weren't better. I'm sorry that so many people let you down, doubted you, weren't there for you when you needed them the most. I'm sorry that the best thing you ever did in your life (looking after Sushant) led you to the worst experience of your life.. I'm so sorry .. I'm with you always. #JusticeforRhea.”

Not just Anushka Dandekar, Harshvardhan Kapoor, Amruta Arora, Vishal Dadlani, Lauren Gouttileb, Sussane Khan, Maanvi Gagroo and few more come commented on Shibani's post showing their support for Rhea. 



Image source:-Instagram/vjanusha/rhea_chakraborty
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