Rhea Chakraborty’s first words to her parents after returning home from jail



Rhea Chakraborty’s world has turned upside down ever since boyfriend-actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14. First, the late actor’s father, KK Singh, accused her of abetting Sushant’s suicide apart from money-laundering and other allegations. Later, she also got embroiled in an alleged drug case, which is being probed by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in connection with Sushant’s death.

Rhea was under judicial custody since September 9 before getting released on bail on October 7 (Wednesday). Her brother Showik Chakraborty is still in jail as his bail application was rejected by the Bombay High Court.

In a recent interview with ETimes, Rhea’s mother spoke at length on how shattered their family is with Rhea and Showik being dragged into Sushant’s death probe. She expressed her dismay and misery on seeing her children behind bars. Rhea’s mother also revealed that she had suicidal thoughts at one point in time and wanted to end her life.

However, despite spending almost about a month in jail, Rhea hasn’t given up hope. “Why do you look sad, we have to be strong and fight this,” are the first words that Rhea told her parents soon after returning home. Rhea’s mother mentioned this in her statement.

Meanwhile, Rhea’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde said that the actress conducted “yoga classes” inside the jail and lived life like a “commoner”. He labelled her as the “Bengal Tigress” and is hopeful that she will fight back to restore her tarnished image.

Rhea, in her defence, has filed an FIR against Sushant’s sisters Meetu Singh and Priyanka Singh for forgery and procuring fake medical prescriptions for their late brother. The sisters have now moved the Bombay High Court seeking to quash the FIR registered against them by Mumbai Police.

Currently, four agencies are investigating Sushant’s death case – The Central Bureau Of Investigation (CBI), Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Mumbai Police.

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