Sushant Singh Rajput’s family statement is a relief to anyone who worried that his social media was being used by someone else. Ranvir Shorey also expressed his relief through a tweet.
Nobody can overcome the tragic news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. The talented actor died on June 14, 2020 leaving everyone numb and with a broken heart. However, numerous debates and controversies emerged later. One such problem concerns the late actor’s social media handles. Some of the celebrities belonging to the film brotherhood, including Ranvir Shorey and Mahabharat’s fame, Roopa Ganguly, had raised questions about the operation of the accounts of Sushant after his death. However, everyone has their answers now.
Some time ago the late actor’s family released a statement stating that they would keep his social media pages as a “legacy” account to preserve his memories. In addition to Sushant fans, Ranvir Shorey is relieved of it and shared a tweet that reads: “This statement from the @ itsSSR family poses to put an end to any concerns or rumors about his social media accounts. I hope his fans now struck by pain and anger find the peace and tranquility that this tragedy deserves. “
Check out the tweet below:
This statement of itsSSRThe family is committed to remedying doubts or rumors about their social media accounts.
I now hope that his fans affected by pain and anger will find the peace and tranquility that this tragedy deserves. https://t.co/di4gQsxtxG
– Ranvir Shorey (RanvirShorey) June 28, 2020
Previously, Sushant’s family had also revealed in their statement that they would create a foundation in his name to support young talent. In addition, his childhood home in Patna will also be turned into a memorial and will include many of his personal effects for all fans and admirers. Speaking of Sushant Singh Rajput, the late actor’s last appearance will be in the film Dil Bechara, with Sanjana Sanghi, due out next month.
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