On Wednesday morning, the Bombay High Court announced its order over Rhea Chakraborty‘s bail plea and granted her bail. After almost a month, the actress was allowed to walk out of the Byculla jail on Wednesday evening.
After hearing the good news, the actress’s mother Sandhya Chakraborty cried out overcoming the emotions. Talking to TOI, she shared the anxiety level of the family and stated, “Rhea’s father was on the verge of collapse yesterday.” She asked how Rhea will heal from what she has gone through? But added that she is a fighter and she must be strong.
Rhea’s friends went to receive her yesterday at Byculla’s jail and brought her back home. Talking more about Rhea, her mother said that her daughter could sit back for a while and recover from the slander and nightmare of being lynched by the country at large. She said, “I will have to put her on therapy to help her get over this trauma and reclaim her life.”
“While it’s a relief she’s out of prison, it’s crazy it’s still not over. My son is still behind bars and I’m paranoid about what tomorrow will bring,” she said to the portal. She also talked about the recent claims of her neighbor who claimed that he/she saw Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea on June 13. Commenting on the same, she said that claims were baseless and it was just an attempt to ride the tide.
She said, “We know this neighbor. She was a huge fan of Sushant’s who came over to our place to meet him once. Why she’d say something like this without proof is beyond me. One just has to look at Sushant or Rhea’s cellular location to know this whole thing is just another lie.”
She also talked about the fear of COVID-19 and the terror of being mobbed by the media which was parked outside their apartment which kept Rhea’s family locked up inside their home. She recounted the incident when Rhea’s father stepped out to meet the ED and how he was hounded on his way back.
As per the report, Rhea’s mother broke down several times during the conversation and stated that they’re proud of their daughter as she maintained her poise and dignity even after going through so much dirt around.