Sushant Singh Rajput's sudden death has been extremely difficult news to cope with, especially for all loved ones and fans. Among others, the late actor's ex-girlfriend Ankita Lokhande, too, has been extremely devastated ever since and her state while visiting Sushant's parents served as enough proof. The former couple's mutual friend Sandip Ssingh, too, revealed how Ankita can't stop crying over this tragedy. In the midst of all this, Ankita's current boyfriend and businessmen Vicky Jain has been at the receiving end of both hatred and concern.
We reported how the Bilaspur-based businessman has limited comments on his Instagram posts after getting hateful messages from Ankita and Sushant fans, who are not ready to accept the fact that Ankita broke up with Sushant. However, a section of fans also came forth and supported Vicky, while also asking him to take extra care of Ankita in such tough times. We came across comments like, "Pls Ankita didi ka dhyan rakhna... I hope woh theek ho unhe bolna be strong jo woh hai," "Sir please ignore all these negative comments. Lots of love to you and Ankita ma'am. She's such a genuine person, please tell her there are people out there who loves her for what she is. Hope God gives her enough strength to cope with this situation."
As for all the negativity, some mean comments read, "Please leave Ankita," "You are responsible for Ankita and Sushant's breakup," and so on.
In an exclusive interview with us, Sandip Ssingh had revealed, "I spoke to her (Ankita) today, finally. I was away from her for 3-4 days for a reason and today also when she called me, she started crying. And I can't take it anymore because I don't want to see her like that. But she is a strong girl and a God's child. Her talent is a blessing just like Sushant. I can't tell you what they meant to each other.”
image source: instagram/lokhandeankita, sushantsinghrajput
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