Mumbai : After Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, his girlfriend and Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty has been jailed for 14 days in a drug connection case. Meanwhile, many celebrities are also seen supporting the actress and are also questioning the role of the media. In such a situation, now many people have started comparing Rhea Chakraborty to the media trial of veteran actress Rekha. Chinmayi Sripaada has compared Rekha and Rhea on Twitter.
Singer Chinmayi Sripaada has shared a post on Twitter. In which there are some parts of the biography of Rekha. Through this post, Chinmayi Shripada has tried to tell people that, when Rekha’s husband Mukesh Agrawal committed suicide in 1991, how Rekha was being called ‘witch’ everywhere. Rekha’s biography (Rekha: The Untold Story) written by Yasser Usman describes how Rekha was convicted for the suicide of her husband Mukesh Aggarwal.
Subhash Ghai and Anupam Kher’s quotes, circa 1990 on Rekha if reported verbatim, is how some men are made.
It is unbelievable how Rekha survived and thrived. pic.twitter.com/GWlSUt3Zzh
— Chinmayi Sripaada (@Chinmayi) September 13, 2020
She was called a witch by his in-laws and even a lot was said about her by his Bollywood colleagues. It reads – ‘On October 2, 1990, Mukesh Aggarwal, Rekha’s husband decided to take his own life and hanged himself from the ceiling fan of his room with his wife’s dupatta. The same Mukesh, whom his brother Anil had said that he was very happy all day.’
About Rekha, Mukesh Aggarwal’s brother Anil had said- ‘My brother was in true love with Rekha. For him love meant do or die. He could not tolerate what Rekha was doing to him.’ At the same time, Mukesh’s mother had said in front of the media, – ‘That witch ate my son.’ After this, all kinds of posts were seen about Rekha everywhere.
Subhash Ghai had said- “Rekha has put such a stain on the face of the film industry that it will be difficult to wash it easily. I think that after this, any respectable family will think twice before accepting any actress as their daughter-in-law. No director will work with her again. How will viewers accept her as the woman of India or the goddess of justice?”