Tunisha Sharma death case: Sheezan Khan’s sister clarifies breakup was ‘mutual’
Accused Sheesan Khan’s family held a press conference on Monday to respond to the allegations leveled against late actress Tunisha Sharma’s family. At the press conference, questions were raised whether Tunisha had broken up with Sheesan before her death. Addressing the allegations, Sheesan’s sister Falaq Nas has now posted a video on her Instagram account and clarified that the split was on a note of “mutual understanding”. (Also Read: Tunisha Sharma death case: Sheesan Khan’s family addresses allegations, hijab photo and more in press conference)
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The question is so twisted…what I said is twisted.. . So, I am reiterating the same point we mentioned at the beginning of the press conference that the breakup happened on a good note. Based on mutual understanding they decided to focus on their personal life first… This is part of the WhatsApp chat submitted to the police according to the source.)
Falak also said the press conference was “messy” and the statement was blown out of proportion as several reporters questioned him. He captioned the video: “To clear the air, it was very confusing during our press conference today, so I’ll clear it up here! #justiceforsheezan #justicefortunishasharma.” Shafaq ended the video by saying, “Mark my word, galat note pe breakup ni hua. (Mark my words, the breakup did not happen on a bitter note).” Sheesan’s family members also accused Tunisha’s mother Vineeta Sharma at the press conference. She took care of her daughter when she was suffering from mental illness.
Tunisha, 20, was found dead on the sets of her TV show Ali Baba: Dastan-e-Kabul on December 24. Tunisha’s mother Vinita Sharma filed an FIR against co-star and ex-boyfriend Sheesan Khan on charges of instigating suicide, and the actor was sent to 14-day judicial custody on Saturday.