Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Priyanka Singh ‘firmly believes that no movie on SSR should be made’, here’s why

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Actor Sushant Singh Rajput‘s demise on June 14, 2020 sent shockwaves across the entire nation. The post mortem report stated that the Kedarnath actor committed suicide. It has been over one and a half years since Sushant left and there is still a void not only in his family but also in the industry. There have been rumours that a biopic would be made on Rajput. Well, ahead of his birth anniversary i.e. on January 21, SSR’s sister Priyanka Singh took to her IG handle and wrote that “no movie on SSR should be made, at least, not until justice is served.”

She shared an old pic of herself with Sushant and wrote, “I firmly believe that no movie on SSR should be made, at least, not until justice is served. This is my promise to my brother, artist, genius @sushantsinghrajput. Secondly, who has the capability to enact Ssr’s handsome, innocent and dynamic persona on screen, I wonder!”

“Thirdly, it can only be illusory to expect that anybody from this insecure film industry has the courage & integrity to truthfully portray Ssr’s outrageously unique story where he always followed his heart; left the most dominant & dynastic of production houses, at the peak, on his own terms. Lastly, my brother wanted to do his own biopic if it is ever made, and with emergence of AI technology, there is no reason why this can’t be reality in near future,” she added with hashtags #justiceforsushantsinghrajput#sushantmonth.

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Sushant’s death created a huge uproar on social media. The case was handed over to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and they are still investigating it. Rhea Chakraborty was also arrested as she was accused by Sushant’s family of money laundering and for her alleged connection in drugs case related to Rajput.

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