Sanjana Shares Memorable Moments With Sushant From Dil Bechara Sets

Sanjana Sanghi who played Sushant Singh Rajput’s love interest in Dil Bechara shared with her fanbase some of her memorable moments from Dil Bechara sets. While sharing these pics through Instagram she captioned them with the words that read, ‘Manny Takes A Power Nap’. Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi starrer Dil Bechara had its OTT premiere last Friday on Disney+ Hotstar.

Sanjana Sushant Dil Bechara Sets
Sanjana Sushant Dil Bechara Sets

Yesterday, Sanjana Sanghi took to her Instagram to share with us. Posting a sweet pic with Sushant in the frame, Sanjana wrote,

“4:30 AM: Manny takes a power nap during a night shoot for Taare Gin, as Kizie lends her shoulder, lost in thought as she always was. #FavouriteMomentsFromSet.”

Have a look at her post below:

Sanjana Sushant Dil Bechara Sets
Sanjana Sushant Dil Bechara Sets

Sometime back, Sanjana had replied to Kangana Ranaut’s statement after the latter tweeted,

“Many blinds claimed that Sushant raped Sanjana, such news about her harassment were common in those days. Why did Sanjana take her own sweet time to clarify? Why did she never speak so passionately about her friendship with him when he was alive? @mumbaipolice can investigate.”

According to a BollywoodLife report, Sanjana broke her silence during an interaction with a portal. Sanjana said,

“I have said more than enough about what happened. Also, I’ve given a clarification which should have been enough. At that time, it wasn’t late, nobody is in authority to decide what’s late and what’s not. You don’t fuel rumours. It is not the responsibility or job to clarify rumours.”

Sanjana concluded her reply with the words,

“So, we shouldn’t disregard the #MeToo movement by calling it ‘Me Too’ because Me Too is when there’s an actual issue. But when two people are trying to say there’s no issue, that’s not called the Me Too movement that’s rumour mockery and that shows the power of unethical reporting. I am a student of journalism, I’ve studied at Delhi University and that’s not the journalism I was taught.”


Gaurav Gupta

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