Sushant Singh Rajput‘s family has come up more boldly on social than ever before for seeking justice for the late actor. Apart from their appeals, the late actor’s sisters are seen sharing their childhood memories of Sushant.
About people coming from a background of Bihar, many people have these preconceived notions about the families of Bihar not accepting their child’s partner, be it a man or a woman. Similarly, it was reported that a journalist wrote something about Bihari families in connection to Sushant and his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty. Reacting to the article, the late actor’s brother-in-law Vishal Kirti slammed the journalist.
In his blogpost, Vishal wrote, “Let’s talk about the generalization of toxic Bihari families that can’t stand ‘girlfriends’. This is a preposterous generalization on many levels. Let’s start with Sushant. Many people know that Sushant dated Ankita 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.”
Vishal talked about how Sushant’s family always welcomed the late actor’s partner and were always okay with Sushant living with them. He also pointed out at Sushant’s relation with Kriti Sanon. “Sushant then presumably dated Kriti (although he did not explicitly mention that they were dating) and the last time I met him in July 2017, he was with Kriti. All of us were very fond of Kriti as well,” Vishal wrote.
Vishal also talked about Bihar in general in the blog and said, “There are millions of well-educated middle-class families in Bihar where there is no toxic attitude towards their son’s girlfriends and spouses.”
In the end, he concluded by talking about familial disconnect to which he wrote that a grown man can decide independently to distance himself from a toxic environment but a grown man can also be pressurized to distance himself from a healthy environment if there are enough incentives for the pressurizer and there are enough limitations on the part of the pressurized.
Vishal wrote this blog, not on his family’s behalf but people from Bihar in general.