Check out what Rhea Chakraborty wrote on Instagram on Sushant Singh Rajput's first death anniversary
Mumbai: Actress Rhea Chakraborty wrote a heart-touching note for her 'best friend' Sushant Singh Rajput on his first death anniversary on Monday.
The actress said there is no life without Sushant.
Sushant left his fans shocked after he supposedly committed suicide in Mumbai on June 14, 2020.
On her Instagram post, Rhea said: "There isn’t a moment where I believe that you aren’t here anymore. They said that time heals everything but you were my time and my everything."
"I know that you are my guardian angel now -watching me with your telescope from the moon and protecting me," she wrote.
"I wait for you everyday to come pick me up, I look for you everywhere – I know you’re here with me ❤️ It breaks me everyday, then I think of you saying –“ you’ve got this bebu” and I carry on to the next day," she wrote.
" A barrage of emotions cross my body everytime I think of you not being here. My heart aches to write this , my heart aches to feel anymore..There is no life without you ,you took the meaning of it with you. This void cannot be filled..Without you , I’m standing still..My sweet sunshine boy , I promise to give you ‘Malpua ‘everyday and read all the quantum physics books in this world- please come back to me," she said.
At the time of Sushant's death, Rhea was reportedly dating him.
After his death, Sushant's father KK Singh had even filed an FIR where he accused Rhea of abetment of suicide and money laundering.
The case, which emerged as one of the most talked about incidents of 2020, was transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation with the Enforcement Directorate and Narcotics Control Bureau probing the accusations of money laundering and drugs, respectively.
Rhea was prisoned for almost a month in September until she was released on bail in October.
An engineering dropout, Sushant came to Bollywood from a middle-class background but went on to deliver many memorable movies, including the biopic on former Indian skipper MS Dhoni.