Riya Chakraborty, who kept away from social media after the death of her lover Sushant Singh Rajput in June last year, focused a bit on herself while reading Gitanjali, a collection of poems by Rabindranath Tagore. He added the hashtag ‘keeping the faith’ with his Instagram post.
The question and cry ‘Oh, where’ flowed into the tears of a thousand streams and swept the world with a flood of assurance, I AM’- Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali she wrote in her caption.
Along with Shibani Dandekar Dil’s emoji, “Love You” was quick to comment. Fans also praised Riya. Wow ma’am. You are an inspiration for girls like me. Keep on. More power to you, one wrote, while the other called him ‘survivor’. Hope the smile comes on your face soon, commented a third.
Riya was in the news after Sushant’s family filed a lawsuit against him and others in a suicide case. He is also accused of withdrawing money from his fund. He is being questioned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).
In September last year, Riya was arrested in a drug-related case and spent about a month in Byculla jail before being released on bail. His brother, Shavik Chakraborty, also remained in jail on similar charges.
Riya will be seen in Rumi Jafri’s Sheher, but she was missing from the poster. He was not even named in the cast members list. However, he appeared in the trailer.
When asked about Riya’s absence from promoters as well as posters, producer Anand Pandit said, “Tell me, whose film is this, Mr. (Amitabh) Bachchan and Imran (Hashmi).” Therefore, my attention should be focused on them. Then there are other artists. I can’t focus on other artists. My focus is on my lead actors. This is it. Therefore, I cannot promote my younger artists.
While Chehre was slated for release in theaters earlier this month, it has been delayed due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.