Actor Shweta Tripathi, who was lately seen within the movie Cargo, has condemned the media trial of Rhea Chakraborty. Rhea was arrested final week on drugs-related fees within the ongoing Sushant Singh Rajput dying case.
In an interview, Shweta mentioned that persons are shedding their humanity. “Think on a human level, this is no way to treat anyone. Our empathy levels have to be high. We have to have sympathy. Forget about global warming, this way humanity will end humanity. It is important to have empathy,” she advised Times Now.
Sushant died on June 14. His father has accused Rhea of abetting the actor’s suicide and misappropriating his funds. While investigating a monetary angle within the case, the Enforcement Directorate found proof tying Rhea to drug sellers. Following an investigation by the Narcotics Control Bureau, the actor was arrested together with a number of others. She is at the moment lodged at Byculla Jail.
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Shweta, commenting on the media scrutiny on Rhea, added, “I think we should be in a place to comment if we know something, or if we can manage our own lives. I feel that we are unable to manage our own lives and we comment on others, the ones we don’t even know. We really have no right on things in the industry. Who is drinking water, who is drinking alcohol, who is doing drugs in the film industry, but where is the humanity?”
Shweta was final seen within the sci-fi movie Cargo, and earlier than that within the internet collection The Gone Game. She is recognized for showing in Mirzapur, Masaan and Haraamkhor.
Previously, a number of trade members corresponding to Shibani Dandekar, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhasker and others have supplied help to Rhea throughout the ongoing investigation.
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