Actress Rhea Chakraborty has been in news since her boyfriend, actor Sushant Singh Rajput, passed away in June. Now, WhatsApp chats between the actress and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt from June 8, the day she left Sushant Singh Rajput's place, have been accessed. Rhea Chakraborty worked in Mahesh Bhatt's film Jalebi. Her character's name in this film was Aisha.
Rhea told Mahesh Bhatt, “Aisha moves on..sir..with a heavy heart and sense of relief .” Aisha is the name of her character in the film Jalebi, produced by Mahesh. She added, “Our last call was a wake up call. You are my angel You were then And you are now.”
He replied, “Don’t look back. Make it possible what is inevitable. My love to your father . He will be a happy man.” Rhea responded, “Have found some courage,and what you said about my dad tht day on the phone pushed me to be strong for him. He sends you love and thanks you for always being so special.”
Rhea then responded by saying "Have found some courage,and what you said about my dad tht day on the phone pushed me to be strong for him. He sends you love and thanks you for always being so special".
Mahesh Bhatt further messaged, "You are my child. I feel light". Rhea then replied "Aaaah no words sir. The best emotions i feel i feel for u" for which Bhatt mesaaged stating "Thank u for being brave.."
Further in the conversation, Rhea wrote to Bhatt saying, "You ve again unclipped my wings, twice in one life is almost God-like".
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the Supreme Court ordered a CBI probe into Sushant's death. The actor was found dead at his flat in Mumbai's Bandra locality. Shortly after the actor's demise, Sushant's family filed an FIR charging Rhea and her family members with abetment to suicide among other charges.
Rhea has said she is ready to face CBI investigation and she maintains that the truth will remain the same no matter which agency investigates.
The CBI on Friday formally launched a probe into the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. A after landing in Mumbai along with a CFSL team, the central agency by afternoon had already met with the Mumbai Police, collected documents, including Sushant's diary, laptop and mobile and also interrogated a few of the key witnesses. Two months and a week since Sushant was found dead at his Bandra home, the CBI team has sped up the investigation after the Supreme Court's nod on Wednesday to the federal agency probe. The CBI team is expected to camp in Mumbai for 10 days, and they have their plans ready as they grouped into several teams, each with its task deliniated.
Led by SIT official Nupur Prasad, the central agency team arrived at the office of the Bandra DCP earlier and met the Mumbai Police officers, who have been handling the investigation. According to official sources, the CBI sleuths were given a detailed briefing on the current case status by Mumbai Police. The team of CBI officials from Delhi, who along with the forensic team that landed here on Thursday, tookover the case documents, all evidence collected so far, statements recorded till date, among other details from the Mumbai Police first thing in the morning. The agency has formed four or five small teams -- one will liaise with police, another take the crime spot probe, the others will do the field probes, witnesses, and interrogation.