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SHOCKING: Jiah Khan's mother Rabia Khan says Mahesh Bhatt told her at Jiah's funeral 'Chup hoja nahi toh tujhe bhi sula denge'

Jiah Khan's mother Rabia Khan makes a shocking revelation against Mahesh Bhatt, says 'He's the worst. He told me to shut up else he will put me to sleep'; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: August 15, 2020 11:52 IST
SHOCKING: Jiah Khan's mother Rabia Khan says Mahesh Bhatt told her at Jiah's funeral 'Chup hoja nahi toh tujhe bhi sula denge'

After the suspicious demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, the public has woken up to dirty politics and practices in the Bollywood industry. Opening up about the same, late actor Jiah Khan's mother Rabia Khan reveals some shocking details about Mahesh Bhatt. She told a leading media channel what Mahesh told her at Jiah Khan's funeral. Claiming her daughter wasn't depressed, Rabia said, "Who said it? Except for Mahesh Bhatt. At my daughter's funeral, he came to me and said that Jiah was depressed. I said, "Excuse me, sir. She was never depressed. Mahesh Bhatt told me "Tum chup hojao varna tumhe bhi injection deke sula dege." Victims are made criminals here and they accuse their families, saying that they want money."
 
She further said, "Mahesh is a mouthpiece of Bollywood mafia. He knows nothing. He is so pathetic that I have no words to express. He was intimidating when my daughter worked for him at the age of 16. He told me to leave her alone. How could I leave her alone. I will speak for justice. I will tell the world what these people are."
 
On Sushant's demise, Rabia states the similarities between her daughter and Sushant's death. "I was among the first people to say that this is a murder. The similarities struck me. His partner and Jiah's partner trapped them in love, promising them marriage, taking their money, and keeping them away from their loved ones. Then when their control was slipping, they got rid of them, they strangulated them. It makes me laugh at the Police. They have spent more time sabotaging the investigation than finding the truth. They took the nepotism angle because it suited them, " she said.


CREDITS: INDIA TODAY

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