The statement by Sushant Singh Rajput’s family is a relief to everyone who was concerned about someone else’s use of their social media. Ranvir Shorey also expressed her relief through a tweet.
No one can beat the tragic news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. The talented actor passed away on June 14, 2020, leaving everyone numb and heartbroken. However, numerous debates and controversies have arisen since then. One of those problems refers to the social networks of the deceased actor. Some of the celebrities belonging to the film fraternity, including Ranvir Shorey and Bengali actress Roopa Ganguly, had raised questions about how Sushant’s accounts worked after his death. However, everyone has their answers now.
The family of the late actor had released a statement a while back stating that they will keep their social media pages as ‘legacy’ accounts to keep their memories. In addition to Sushant’s fans, Ranvir Shorey is also relieved by the same thing and has shared a tweet that says: “This statement by the @ itsSSR family leaves any concerns or rumors about their social media accounts to rest. I hope that now his fans affected by pain and anger will find the peace and tranquility that this tragedy deserves. “
Check out the tweet below:
This statement from the itsSSR family sets out any concerns or rumors about your social media accounts.
I hope that now your fans affected by pain and anger find the peace and quiet that this tragedy deserves. https://t.co/di4gQsxtxG
– Ranvir Shorey (RanvirShorey) June 28, 2020
Previously, Sushant’s family had also revealed in their statement that they will establish a foundation on their behalf to support young talents. Furthermore, her childhood home in Patna will also become a memorial and will include many of her personal belongings for all fans and admirers. Speaking of Sushant Singh Rajput, the last appearance of the deceased actor will be in the movie Dil Bechara, co-starring Sanjana Sanghi, which will premiere on OTT next month.