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Sushant’s Brother-in-law Backs Ankita Lokhande, Says 'don’t Take PR Jibes Seriously'

Sushant Singh Rajput's brother-in-law Vishal Kirti took to his Twitter handle to support Ankita Lokhande in her fight against Shibani Dandekar 

Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput's brother-in-law Vishal Kirti took to his Twitter handle to support Ankita Lokhande in her fight against Shibani Dandekar where she accused Ankita of seeking 'two-seconds of fame'. Sushant's sister Shweta Singh's husband Vishal Kirti urged Lokhande to not take the 'jibes seriously'.

Kirti further highlighted that Lokhande's support to the family 'means a lot' and praised her bravery for standing up to Shibani's accusations. Kirti wrote, "Dear @anky1912. Please don’t take the jibes made by paid PR seriously. Your support means a lot to the family. This is an organized effort to attack people who want #Justice4SSR.As you have correctly pointed out,all we want is to know the truth. More power to you for your bravery"

Shibani Dandekar hit out at Ankita Lokhande over ‘capitalising’ on Rhea Chakraborty being ‘targetted’ in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. After the former had taken a dig at ‘princesses’ and highlighting their posts about ‘fate’ and ‘karma’, allegedly a reference to the latter, Ankita had put out a strong message for her ‘haters’. Shibani wrote that Ankita was the ‘driving force’ and that she should be ‘called out’ for it.

TV actors extend support to Ankita as she hits back at Shibani's '2 seconds of fame' jibe

Netizens have unanimously come out in support of Ankita Lokhande and lauded her for standing up for justice for late Bollywood actor and her ex-boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput. 

Ankita Lokhande’s BF Vicky Jain supports 'Manikarnika' actor amid fight with Shibani

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

"2 seconds of fame" This phrase got me thinking today. Coming from a tier 2 city and belonging to a humble background, I had no fancy education to show for myself. I entered the television industry in the year 2004 with a show called Zee Cine Star Ke Khoj. But my real journey began in 2009 with the show "PAVITRA RISHTA" which went on till 2014. I would be doing an injustice if I don't mention that it was among one of the best shows for 6 consecutive years with the highest GEC TRP on television till date. Fame is only a byproduct of the love and warmth that an actor receives from the masses. Along with all the viewers, I, too still feel connected to the character of "ARCHANA". Both, my fate and the people have been kind enough to me shower their blessings and love upon me. The aspiration of an actor trying to portray as many different roles and characters as possible, led me to explore. Luckily, I got the opportunity to work in Manikarnika as well as Baghi 3. To conclude, I have been an ACTOR in Television & Bollywood for the past 17 years & now, when I am trying to support justice for my late friend, a view has been expressed that I am seeking JUSTICE because I need 2 seconds of fame and cheap publicity! I cannot fathom as to why any person would take such a stand. Is it because I have worked mostly on television and not in Bollywood? Is that why you would take a stand for the person with whom you have had a relationship for almost a decade? Stop looking down on we television actors, if that was your reason for describing my words as 'GROTESQUE' . It takes an equal amount of hard work and dedication for the actors in the television industry as it would take in Bollywood. I am proud to be a television actor. And if not for anything, I shall always raise my voice for the people I love and care about. #proudtobeatelevisionactor #WarriorsRoar4SSR #justiceforsushant

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