The trauma of being Rhea Chakraborty
The bail is a very small consolation for a woman whose life has been torn into shreds by a section of the media hell-bent on proving her guilty of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death
The bail is a very small consolation for a woman whose life has been torn into shreds by a section of the media hell-bent on proving her guilty of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. Exactly why Rhea Chakraborty was hounded and chased down to a state of ruination is a matter that needs a very deep investigation.
Her release from jail on bail is just the relief that her parents were praying hoping and waiting for.
“Having both your children simultaneously in jail is not an easy situation for any parents. Rhea’s parents are shattered souls. They don’t know what hit them. They don’t meet anyone. They grieve silently. The daughter coming home is not exactly going to light up their Diwali. Their son is still in jail. Rhea’s parents cannot sleep peacefully at night until their son comes home too,” a friend of Rhea’s told this writer on condition of anonymity
Rhea Chakraborty is now home. She has been advised by her close friends to stay completely indoors to not meet anyone at all. She’s said to seem “very strong” from the outside.
“But you can feel the turmoil within. She has taken the blows on her chin. But now she needs to regain her strength, physically and emotionally. She has a long battle ahead to rebuild her life. Luckily she has a lot of support within the film industry,” a person close to Rhea reveals.
No one is seeing Rhea as the Scarlett Woman who must be punished for her transgressions. Everyone can see what has happened to her. It is frightening. It can happen to you or me.