Shweta Singh Kirti, the sister of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput is still overcome with grief and has not yet come to terms with the loss of her baby brother.
Shweta took to social media sharing her last Whatsapp conversation with her brother, Sushant who is telling Shweta, “Bohat mann karta he di (I really feel like…)” to which she replied with a snap of a picturesque location and said, “To aa jao na Baby…come for a month. Just chill here. Achha lagega tumhe…I want tel my friends that ur here…so koi… (So please come baby, come for a month. Just chill here, you will feel good. I will tell my friends you are here so nobody…).”
According to HT, Shweta has not overcome the pain of his sudden and tragic loss. She recalled how their parents prayed for a son for over 2 years and were blessed with Sushant thereafter. She went on to say that she was very protective about her little brother and made sure he never felt lonely even if it meant sneaking him inside her classroom. Read her emotional note here:
Sweta also shared a screengrab of their WhatsApp chat of June 10, about four days before the actor died of suicide in Mumbai on June 14.
In the second part of her note, Shweta shared her childhood memory with Sushant. She said how he would go above and beyond to meet his loving sister in school and would ask her not to leave him alone. She also opened up about the time when both of them cried a lot when she was moving to the USA post her wedding.
Shweta concluded her post by saying how she wished she could have protected Sushant from everything and his passing away was just a nightmare and nothing more.
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