Actress Kangana Ranaut expressed her feelings on the sad passing of actor Tunisha Sharma on Instagram Stories. On the set of her television programme, Alibaba: Dastaan-e-Kabul, Tunisha was discovered dead. Kangana asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to enact new legislation to protect women from “polygamy and acid attacks” while the police are investigating her murder.
“A woman can cope with everything, loss of love, marriage, relationship, or even a loved one, but she can never deal with the fact that her love story never had love,” wrote Kangana in a lengthy note that included the hashtag “Tunisha Sharma.” “Her reality was not the same as the other person who was in it only to use and abuse her physically and emotionally,” she continued.
“She can’t trust her own perception in such a state one feels no difference in being alive or dead after all, life is just our vision,” Kangana added, adding that if she decides to terminate her life, “please know she didn’t do it alone… It’s a homicide.
“I request honourable Prime minister @nsrendramodi ji… Like Krishna rose for Draupadi like Rams took a stand for Sita, we expect you to make strong laws against polygamy without consent, acid attacks against women and of course chopping them in to many pieces should amount to immediate death sentence without trial,” she also said in her next post.
Sheezan Khan, an actor who was Tunisha’s ex-boyfriend and is a suspect in her death case, is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday. Sheezan Khan was detained on suspicion of aiding suicide a day after she passed away. After being produced in court on Sunday, he was remanded to police custody for four days.
According to reports, Sheezan and Tunisha split up a few weeks prior to her passing. They appeared together in the programme Alibaba: Dastan-E-Kabul. Sheezan played Ali Baba in the SAB TV drama, while Tunisha played Shehzaadi Mariam.
According to reports, the late actor was hospitalised after having anxiety attacks a few months before. According to a source, she also had anxiety and despair throughout the year 2018. 18 people have so far provided statements to the Waliv Police who are looking into the subject in relation to the death case.