Sushant Singh’s sister Shweta Singh’s letter to him

June 21, 2020 by  

In an open letter to her brother on social media, Shweta Singh Karti, sister of Hollywood actor Sushant Singh, has expressed her grief over his death with immense love for him and also told her fans. That they do not spread hatred on social media.

“Everything is in our own hands, so why should we embrace love over hatred, choose empathy and compassion over anger and resentment, and learn to forgive each other,” she wrote.

“Everyone struggles in life, so show empathy for each other,” she said. Shweta’s open letter may also be for those who are trying to slaughter their alleged rivals on social media by sharpening their swords on this occasion. Kangana Ranaut curses Johar while shedding tears over Sushant Singh’s death. While giving a decade of justice for Sushant by cursing, somewhere filmmaker Abhinav Kashyap took his old quarrel and sat down to kick Salman Khan’s family.

At the same time, Vivek Oberoi is also reminiscing about his struggles in the industry after a feud with Salman Khan over Aishwarya in the past.

After attending Sushant Singh’s last rites, he expressed his sympathy and story with Sushant Singh in a very emotional tweet, then a long series of tweets started Bhatt also became a good troll.

After Sushant’s death, the war that people have started against each other on social media is not going to end.

Sushant Singh's sister Shweta Singh's letter to him

It is true that the untimely death of Sushant Singh has raised many questions about the trend of Bollywood and its traditions and has pointed fingers at many big names. A case has also been registered in Bihar in which the names of Ekta Kapoor, Karan Johar, Salman Khan and Karan Johar have been included.

It is said that Sushant Singh had six films which were taken away from him and in case of not getting work, the situation reached such a point that he committed suicide.

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