Sushant Rajput’s brother-in-law dismisses ‘toxic Bihari families’ remark: ‘This FIR is anti-Rhea, not anti-women’


Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, August 11

Sushant Singh Rajput’s brother-in-law has slammed a current article, that referred to as out ‘poisonous Bihari households’ for placing stress on their male youngsters. 

Sushant’s brother-in-law, Vishal Kriti revealed that he’s reacting to the article because it impacts not solely his “loved ones, but people from Bihar in general”. 

The article commented on household dynamics in ‘cow-belt India’ and the way the son is anticipated to be a ‘Shravan Kumar’, ie, a perfect baby. 

“I wanted to let it go since, despite the tragedy in the family, I have to work just like many of Sushant’s other family members and after a long work-week, I was reluctant about addressing these issues,” Vishal Kirti wrote in a weblog put up. 


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“But decided otherwise since I found out that this was affecting not only my loved ones but people from Bihar in general.”

Vishal wrote that, to his information, “mental health is an outcome of biology and the environment.” 

He wrote that Sushant’s girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty, had created a “hostile environment” for him, which may embody “gaslighting, blackmailing, alienating, covert medication, overt overmedication, and so on”. 

He wrote that melancholy doesn’t at all times lead individuals to suicide. Defending a current Instagram put up by his spouse Shweta, Sushant’s sister, through which she’d shared a picture of the actor’s whiteboard, on which he had mapped out future plans, Vishal wrote that Shweta didn’t say that Sushant wasn’t depressed. 

“Planning ahead is a very positive sign of hopefulness. Though it does not guarantee, it still questions the prerequisite condition of hopelessness,” he wrote.

This is the place Jyoti’s stereotypical “toxic Bihari family” trope will get debunked. 

The FIR didn’t say that my father-in-law couldn’t stand Ankita. The FIR mentions one particular particular person referred to as Rhea and giving it an anti-feminist flare is poisonous journalism. 

He additionally dismissed the competition that Bihari households can’t stand girlfriends. 

“Many people know that Sushant dated Ankita (Lokhande) for at least six years and they lived together for a good portion of that relationship. People have seen great pictures of Ankita and Sushant’s family together and almost everyone knows that some members of Sushant’s family, including my wife, are in constant touch with Ankita,” he wrote. 

He additionally wrote that despite the fact that Sushant by no means explicitly admitted to relationship actor Kriti Sanon, he, Vishal, had met her and was very keen on her as properly.

He continued, “I am from Bihar as well and my parents don’t have any toxic attitude towards my wife, who was also my girlfriend for nearly four years before I got married and we have been married for thirteen years.” 

Sushant’s father, KK Singh, has filed an FIR in opposition to Rhea Chakraborty for abetting his suicide, amongst different allegations. 

Sushant’s case will likely be investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation.



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