Shweta Singh Kirti, the sister of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, is still unable to come to terms with his death. She penned a heartfelt note, talking about her immense pain and the slow process of healing. In the note to her “extended family”, Shweta wrote, “I have gone through a lot of pain and still going through a lot. The time I feel I am allowed to live a normal regular life, some or the other pain surfaces. The process of healing is slow and needs patience. If I keep scratching my wound and looking if it has healed, it only makes it worse! The brother I have lost, I have spent every second of my growing up days with. He was an integral part of me. We were complete together. Now he is no more and it will take time for me to realise it and live with it.”
Shweta also thanked her fans for their constant support and reinstilling her belief in the power of God. She wrote, “But I know one thing for sure and that is God is there and he never gives up on his true devotees. He knows that there are so many aching hearts and he will make sure the truth shines forth. Believe in him and his grace. Stay United and please don’t fight with each other. When we pray, we purify our hearts and make space for God to express. God is nothing but love, kindness and compassion.”“Having said that, it doesn’t mean we stop raising our voice for justice but we do it with utmost dignity and perseverance. We soon run out of energy if we are aggressive, but somebody who is established in faith and patience never gives up and is there for the long run. This is what I expect from my extended family,” she added. Sushant’s family has accused his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and family of abetment to suicide. She was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau on drug-related charges in the case and spent almost a month in Byculla jail before being released on bail in October. Sushant was found dead in his Mumbai home on June 14. It was ruled a suicide by the Mumbai Police, who conducted the initial investigation. The case is currently being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation.