Ankita Lokhande Gets Angry On A Fan Who Shares Sushant Singh Rajput’s Dead Body Video

Ankita Lokhande and Sushant Singh Rajput had met on the sets of Pavitra Rishta and had dated for a very long time, before calling it quit in 2016. Be that as it may, even after the separation, Sushant had consistently wished well for Ankita and the other way around. Ankita was totally crushed with the updates on Sushant’s inopportune death and has been standing like a mainstay of help with his family from that point forward.

Ankita Lokhande took to her Twitter handle and lashed out at a fan, who had posted recordings of Sushant’s dead body. Citing the tweet, she expressed, “What’s wrong with you. Stop posting such videos they are very disturbing for all of us .its a request to remove this video rite now .. we know u love him but this isn’t the way to show ur support or love to him. Remove this video rite now!!” Check out her tweet here:

On Sushant’s three-month passing commemoration, Ankita Lokhande had partaken in the worldwide mission for SSR and had discussed how individuals may disappear, however a few recollections never blur. She had expressed,”Time flies fast . Life goes on at its own pace But some memories can never be forgotten of our dearest ones. You will always remain in our thoughts Sushant . #Justice4SSRIsGlobalDemand #itsalready3monthstoday. @shwetasinghkirt @vikirti @jainvick.”

Taking an interest in the worldwide ‘#PlantForSSR’ crusade, Ankita Lokhande had posted pictures of herself planting saplings with her pooch and had expressed, “Hatchi and mamma. My partner in almost everything. Planting plants. It’s our way to remember him by fulfilling his dream #plants4SSR. @shwetasinghkirt @jainvick @vikirti @_mallika_singh.”

In a meeting with Republic TV, Ankita Lokhande had opened up about cases that Sushant Singh Rajput was experiencing sadness. She had said that Sushant couldn’t have been ‘discouraged’. In her words, “Sushant was not the guy who could commit suicide. We have seen worse situations when we were together. He was a happy-go-lucky guy. He found happiness in small things. He wanted to do farming, I know this for sure… he told me agar kuch nai hua to main apni short film bana lunga (if nothing else works out, I will make a short film). He was not a depressed guy, not at all. I don’t know what the situation was… but I will keep repeating this. I don’t want people to remember him as a depressed guy, he was a hero. He was an inspiration.”

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