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Bigg Boss 17: Ankita Lokhande Opens Up About Not Attending Sushant Singh Rajput's Funeral

In a recent episode of Bigg Boss 17 , Ankita Lokhande had a conversation with Munawar Faruqui where his poignant Shayari about a broken heart stirred up nostalgic emotions within her. “Mat bol yeh saari chize, voh hit karti hai buri tarike se (Don’t say all these things, it hits badly). But I like what you said,” she expressed to him before delving into singing the song "Kaun Tujhe" from the movie M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, which featured Sushant Singh Rajput as the lead. The film was released in 2016, and Ankita's heartfelt reaction resonated with the memories associated with the late actor.

Ankita then reminisced about Sushant while talking to Munawar, saying, “Bohot acha insaan tha voh. He was a good man. Main aise bolti hu na kabhi, THA, muje itna ajeeb lagta hai. Matlab abhi toh thik hai normal ho gaya hai. Vicky ka bhi dost hai na Sushant toh you know abb voh nahi rha iss duniya is the most worst feeling (And when I use the word ‘was’, I feel so strange. I mean, now it’s okay, it’s normal. Sushant was Vicky’s friend also and when I realise that he is no more, that is the worst feeling).” Her words reflected the complex emotions tied to remembering Sushant and the sadness of his absence.

Munawar then inquired about details regarding Sushant’s passing, to which she responded, “Abhi yeh baat nahi karna chahti lekin aisa nahi hai. Muje yeh nahi batana tuje kuch bhi (smiles) (I don’t want to talk about it now and I don’t want to say anything to you now).” Her words conveyed her reluctance to delve into the topic at that particular time.

“Logo ke version hai sabke. Alag alag but you are one of them jisko exactly pata hai (People have different versions but you are the one who knows what exactly happened),” Munawar added.

The former Pavitra Rishta actress then disclosed that she was unable to attend Sushant’s funeral, expressing that his death had been 'very shocking' for her. “Mei toh uske funeral pe bhi nahi gayi thi. Mei jaa hi nahi paayi. Muje laga mei nahi dekh sakti yeh. Mei yeh dekh hi nahi sakti (I did not even go to the funeral. I couldn’t go. I thought I wouldn’t be able to see this),” she said. Her words reflected the profound impact of the loss and her difficulty in facing the situation at that time.

Vicky ne bola ki tu jaa kar aa. Maine kaha nahi. Kaise dekh sakti hu. Maine voh experience hi nahi kiya tha kabhi life mei (Vicky told me to go but I refused. How will I see it. I never experienced anything such in my life),” added the 38-year-old actress.

“Maine first time mere papa ko dekha Munna aise. Meko pata chala ki kisika jaana kya hota hai. Mere papa bohott… miss you daddy (gets emotional). Mei papa ko bar bar bolti thi, papa Bigg Boss.. (breaks down in tears) Hit karti hai yaar chize bas (I saw my father for the first time in that condition. I then realised what it means to lose someone. I used to tell my father about Bigg Boss. These all things hit you),” Ankita concluded.

(With AI Inputs)

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