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Toxic Bihari Families Comment: Vishal SSR’s Brother-In-Law Slams Media


Sushant Singh Rajput’s case has remained the most talked about case in the media. In the recent buzz, the late actor’s brother in law Vishal Kirit based in US was seen hitting media reports for the demeaning remarks made on Bihari families. He was seen sharing one link in the article on his Twitter handle of a journalist questioning as to how she can call the son from any Bihari family a burden in his article. Talking about the same, Vishal called the journalist to have a stereotypical mind. 

While talking about the same, Vishal clearly said that the article has hampered teh image of Sushant’s family as KK Singh’s FIR against Rhea has been called as a anti-feminist flare. He called it toxic journalism. He said he was not keen on raising this issue but the way it has affected Sushant’s family led him to speak in social media about the same. He called the article as unintelligent in many ways and even offensive to a great extent. It has affected Sushant’s family along with other Indian families in general, said Vishal.

He went on warning the lady journalist calling him an unsophisticated writer as she has got indulged in a disingenuous analysis of the situation. As per Vishal, the actress Rhea had created a hostile kind of environment for the late actor Sushant. He further said that this led Sushant’s father to come out with a fresh FIR against the lady as she has stooge to a great extent in maligning the image of Sushant. He also pointed out the SOS call from Sushant’s family in Feb 2020, which exposed Rhea and her low level plans. He has said this in one of his unverified Twitter handles as per APB Live portal.

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