Late bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai apartment on June 14, 2020.
The actor's death was initially was stated as a suicide by the Mumbai Police, and now being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). However, the SSR's Wikipedia page quoted suicide as his cause of death till July 19, 2021.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Priyanka Singh took to Twitter and urges the Wikipedia founders Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger to change the cause of death from 'suicide by hanging' to 'under investigation'.
Priyanka who is a lawyer by profession says that Sushant's death is still under investigation by the CBI and hence, she tweeted, "I am Sushant`s sister and I thank you @lsanger for being a credible voice for Neutrality. In today`s world when information is power, sticking to Facts and Facts alone is the greatest service one can do #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput,"
Followed by another tweet in which she demanded,"My demand from @Wikipedia @jimmy_wales is: Firstly, as the investigation is still ongoing in Sushant`s death case by top Indian agency, Central Bureau of Investigation, the cause of death cited on wiki page should be changed from 'suicide by hanging' to 'under investigation'."
Priyanka also asked Wikipedia to change the height of the late actor and tweeted, "Secondly, change Sushant's height on the wiki page to 183cm as who can be a more reliable source than the person himself. Hear it out from Sushant's mouth @Wikipedia @jimmy_wales (sic)." She has also shared a video where the late actor can be seen talking about his height.
On SSR's first death anniversary on this year, several tributes were shared on social media as the actor’s family, friends and fans remembered him. His alleged Rhea Chakraborty, who was dating him before his death also penned an emotional note in his memory
and called him a guardian angel.
SSR and Ankita Lokhande’s television show, Pavitra Rishta, is making a comeback. This time, it will star Shaheer Sheikh alongside Ankita and will go on air on Zee5 soon.