Ankita Lokhande opens up about her depression phase after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death

Ankita Lokhande talks about her depression phase after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.

Bollywood actress Ankita Lokhande came live on her instagram handle. She spoke about a couple of things, but the most highlighted one was going through depression. She revealed that many Sushant Singh Rajput’s fans have abused her through social media platforms. People have passed nasty comments on her photos and videos that she posts. 

Further, Ankita said, she has been going through this all alone, her family, friends and some fans helped her to survive this depression. None of Bollywood’s celebrities contacted her to know her condition. 

Sushant and Ankita were in a six-year relationship that ended in 2016. Sushant was found dead in June last year. 

In the video, Anikat said, “Main bhi depression se guzar chuki hoon lekin maine shayad inn cheezon ko jataya nahi. Main bhi bohot buri haalat mein thi. Mujhe bhi takleef hui. Mujhe bhi bohot rona aaya tha (went through depression too but I (Ankit) never spoke about it. I was in a very bad state. I was in a lot of pain. I also cried a lot).”

Furthermore the actress added, “Tab mere saath koi nahi tha par mera parivaar tha mere saath. Aur mere kuch fans jo aaj bhi mere saath khade hai (No one was there with me at that time except my family. And some fans, who are standing by me even today).”

At the end Ankita seemed fumed at people for blaming her for Sushant’s death. The actress asked why she was blamed for his death? She accepts that they were in a relationship but that ended long back. She said that Sushant always wanted to keep moving forward in his career, he followed his passion then why are people blaming her. She ended the live by saying, “No one has the right to judge someone else’s relationship and point fingers at her.” At last she urged Sushant’s fans to stop abusing and blaming her for his death. 

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