Arti Singh Talks About Ankita After Latter Lost Sushant Singh Rajput

Arti Singh gave the media an update on TV Star Ankita Lokhande’s state of mind after Sushant Singh Rajput’s unexpected demise. Ankita Lokhande and Sushant Singh Rajput were in a relationship for a very long time, before going separate ways and Sushant moving on with life by dating Rhea Chakraborty. But even after that happened both were in touch as good friends.

Bigg Boss 13 contestant Arti Singh, in a recent interaction with an entertainment portal said that she was a good friend of Sushant Singh Rajput’s and that she had also spoken to Ankita Lokhande after his death. Sushant’s tragic death sent shockwaves both inside and outside the industry, especially amongst his close friends, family, and fans who still can’t seem to get over the untimely death of the late actor who died by suicide.

BollywoodLife cited a report, that quoted Arti said,

“I had known Sushant through Ankita (Lokhande) only. He was a very nice guy and was very motivating. I have spoken to Ankita and asked her if she is fine. Ankita needs her space and I want to give her that.”

Ankita Lokhande has maintained radio silence since Sushant committed suicide. There is no word from her side even on any of her social media accounts. Ankita’s last post was on Instagram on June 13, a day before Sushant committed suicide. Ankita was last seen in public at Sushant’s residence a day after his death. She was paying a visit to Sushant’s father and family members.

Talking about Sushant and Ankita’s bond. It was not only appreciated by Sushant’s father KK Singh after the actor’s death but also by their friend cum producer Sandip Ssingh who wrote some heartfelt things about Ankita Lokhande’s ‘pure love’ for the late actor. Sandip wrote,

“The things you did to bring a smile on Sushant’s face. Even today, I believe that only you two were made for each other. You both are true love. These thoughts, these memories are hurting my heart…how do I get them back! I want them back! I want ‘us three’ back!”


Gaurav Gupta

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