It’s been a year since Bollywood lost one of its most talented actors, Sushant Singh Rajput. He made his television debut in 2008 with “Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil,” but the actor rose to fame with Zee’s popular daily soap opera Pavitra Rishta opposite actress Ankita Lokhande. The actor who was affectionately known for performing various roles with perfection died of suspected suicide in his apartment on June 14, 2020. Now his brother-in-law Vishal Kirti has shared a long note to mark his first death anniversary . For those who don’t know, Vishal is married to Sushant’s older sister, Shweta Singh Kirti.
In a new blog post, Vishal wrote about how the actor’s late death affected the family. “There are times in life that are so defining that they divide your life into two parts – before and after. Sushant’s death was that event in our family. Everything has changed but much remains the same. The incongruity of this statement is best explained with the dichotomy between interiorities and externalities. Externally we do practical things like earning a living, raising our children and supporting our parents, who are the same as before. But internally we live a great void that is devoid of anything but sorrow, ”he wrote.
“This month, Kirti is on a lonely retreat, deep in the mountains, without any human contact. Not only human contact, she has no means of communication like the internet or a cell phone or even a car to bring her back. All we know is the date and time she would like to be picked up from her barebone cabin in the mountains, ”he added.
Speaking about justice, Vishal said, “I’m writing this today in the public forum so people can understand that getting justice for a family member is just one part of grieving. Justice is certainly important, but dealing with broken hearts is also important. “
Explaining why Vishal titled his blog post “on death and death,” he said one of the reasons was that many have been ravaged by the loss of a loved one in the recent past, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Talking about death, loss and mourning are very difficult topics and I hope this post not only opens this discussion but acts as a calming balm for grieving hearts. I also understand that Sushant was a treasure. national and therefore his loss is a little different as it is not only a loss for family and friends, but also a loss for the nation, “he wrote, adding that he is” not a professional in the field of bereavement “and only shares what he knows from first-hand experiences and amateur research.
For those who do not know, Sushant Singh Rajput passed away at his Bandra residence on June 14, 2020.
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