Sushant’s Sister Shares Screenshot Of Their Chat From June 10, Also Reveals Story Behind His Birth

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti shared a memory of her brother as she revealed the screenshot of a chat with Sushant on social media.

In the memory, she explains how both of them were so close as there was hardly any age gap between them. She shared a childhood picture of Sushant and another image of her wedding where she is seen with Sushant. Along with that, she also shared a screenshot of a chat she had with Sushant on the 10th of June, 4 days prior to his death. In the chat, Sushant tells Shweta,


“Bohat mann karta he di (I really feel like)”

To which she replied to him with a picture of a location and said,

“To aa jao na Baby..come for a month. Just chill here. Accha lagega tumhe…I want tell my friends that you’re 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..)”

On Instagram, as she shared the picture, she wrote,

“I am experiencing bouts of pain. Right when I think I am coping with it better, some or the other incidence rushes right back into my memory and breaks me apart. One such memory I am sharing with you all..because it is said that the more you share your grief, the less it hurts.”

Story Of Sushant’s Birth

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She also went onto explain the story behind Sushant’s birth and how after many prayers, they were born. Both of them were lovingly called Gudia-Gulshan. She wrote,


“I have always been told by my family members that Mom and Dad wanted a son, more so because Mumma’s first child was a son and she had lost him at the tender age of one and half. I never got to meet my first sibling. But mom and dad were very hopeful for a second son…they made a sankalp and started praying to Maa Bhagwati for straight 2 years. They fasted, they meditated, they did puja, hawan and went to spiritual places and met spiritual people. But then I was born, on a Diwali day…Mumma considered me very lucky and often called me Lakshmi ji. They continued with their Sadhna, and a year later my little brother was born. Right from the beginning he was a charmer, he mesmerized everyone with his beautiful smile and twinkling eyes. Mumma believed that I was the cause of his much-desired arrival into our lives and I accepted the honour whole heartedly. I was very protective about my little brother because I felt I was responsible for bringing him to this earthly plane.”


Source: Hindustan Times