Shekhar Suman
Shekhar Suman

Bollywood actor Shekhar Suman on Monday took to social media and urged the fans to light a Diya in the memory of Sushant Singh Rajput.

The death of an ace actor Sushant Singh Rajput left many of his fans heartbroken. The actor was found hanging in his Bandra house on the 14th of June. After his death, netizens demanded justice for him. Infact a few Bollywood stars also came in support of the actor. But the one who stood for him right from the beginning was actor Shekhar Suman. He has been one of the Bollywood celebrities who has come forward to support fans and demand justice for the late actor. Recently Shekhar took to social media and urged the fans to light diyas on the occasion of Diwali in his memory. The actor died on 14th June and on 14th November Diwali will also take place. Therefore to give honor to the actor. He asked everyone to light Diya in his memory on Diwali.

Taking to the Twitter account he wrote “14th is Diwali which is bright n auspicious.14th is also a black date bcoz we lost SSR on the 14th, six months ago. What a paradox! So plz light diyas in his memory n pray that his soul shines wherever it is n forever. The path to justice is tough but we can pray,” In a seperate tweet, he wrote “Unfortunately kisi ke jaane se kisi ki zindagi nahin rukti. lekin ek androoni ladai nyay ke liye chalti rehni chahiye. (Nobody’s life stops with somebody passing away. But we should keep fighting for justice), Why has the CBI still not come up with any inference or conclusion is a big mystery. There r many questions dat will 4ever remain unanswered.”

Checkout his tweet below:

Let us tell you that after the actor was seen hanging at his Bandra house in Mumbai on 14th June. There were many theories behind SSR’s demise. His death was initially investigated first by Mumbai Police and is currently being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) along with NCB and ED. But no one came up with any inference or conclusion in this big mystery.

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