Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Meetu Singh took to Twitter to share an artwork of her late mother and brother. She expressed her pain at losing both of them “too early”. 

Sharing the artwork on Twitter, she wrote, “My mother was my source of energy. My bhai was my pride. Lost both of them too early. Unable to cope up with this heart-wrenching loss.”

This isn’t the first time Meetu Singh has taken to social media to mourn her brother ever since his death. The youngest of all Rajput siblings shared a post on the occasion of Rakshabandhan, writing that she still couldn’t say goodbye.

 She wrote, “Bhai, We are still in a state of shock and can’t believe that you aren’t there physically with us. The excruciating pain & the void you have left behind is immense and indescribable.My precious brother, my jaan,I still can’t say goodbye. I will maintain our sacred bond within my heart And shall keep it alive till eternity. I will keep laughing and crying on our shared memories, Until we meet again, bhai. You will always be my pride!

Meetu Singh, who is a state-level cricketer was reportedly the first person in the family to see Rajput’s body after his demise since she lives in Mumbai.

On 17 September, Sushant Singh Rajput’s other sister Shweta Singh Kirti announced that she was taking 10 days off from being online.  Sharing a picture of the late actor, Kirti wrote on Instagram, “How much ever you try to stay strong, but at times this strong pain takes over that Bhai is actually not there anymore. Will never be able to touch him or see him laugh or listen to him cracking jokes… I wonder how long will it take to heal completely. Have decided to take 10 days off from being online and immerse myself in deep meditation and prayers. Really need to heal from this pain.”

Rajput died on June 14 in his Mumbai home. An invention is being carried out in his death by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Enforcement Directorate (ED), and the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).

Image Credit: Meetu Singh/ Instagram

Sagrika Giri is an intern with SheThePeople.TV.

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