Sushant Singh Rajput’s elder sister's book launched at Lit-O-Fest Mumbai

Sushant Singh Rajput’s elder sister's book launched at Lit-O-Fest Mumbai

Book Launch by Lit O Fest Mumbai - Smita Parikh

 
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Lit-O-Fest Mumbai launches Sushant Singh Rajput’s elder sister Shweta Singh Kirti’s book Lit-O-Fest Mumbai launched the book, Pain, a Portal to Enlightenment, written by Sushant Singh Rajput's elder sister, Shweta Singh Kirti on February 3rd at Title Waves, Bandra. The book highlights the personal journey of Shweta Singh Kirti. It talks about how the unfortunate demise of Sushant Singh Rajput affected her and the way she is overcoming her battle with pain by showing unparalleled effort and courage.

Talking about the book, Shweta Singh Kirti said, "It is easy to fall into the negative patterns of life. Everyone experiences the loss of a dear one at some point. It is during those lowest moments, when we make our own choices, either we blame the people, situations, circumstances or we align ourselves with the divine, trust the process, and stand up for the greater good." The agencies are working on Sushant's case and I have faith in the divine that the justice will prevail," she added. The book launch witnessed discussions on transformative journey of Shweta Singh Kirti from pain to healing, leading to spirituality and enlightenment. It was an emotional moment for Shweta Singh Kirti, Smita Parikh and the fans of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Speaking about the event, Smita Parikh, Festival Director of Lit-O-Fest Mumbai said, "Sushant has been an integral part of Lit-O-Fest Mumbai and Lit-O-Fest Mumbai will always be incomplete without him. It was Shweta Singh Kirti's wish that we launch the book under the banner of Lit-O-Fest and it has been our pleasure sharing this beautiful and divine journey of Shweta with the masses."

"This journey has not been easy for me. I have been threatened to death. I was compelled to leave the city and I lived in agile for such a long time but none of this has made me leave the path of justice. I still stand by my friend, Sushant and I will keep on fighting for him." she further added.

The event was also graced by dignitaries such as Sameer Wankhede, Parikshit Thorat, Ujjawal Trivedi, and Sanjay Sakshi. Sameer Wankhede was the Zonal Director of Narcotics Control Bureau during the Sushant Singh Rajput case and arrested more than 300 drug peddlers. During the event, he extended his heartfelt support to Shweta Singh Kirti and the family of Sushant Singh Rajput. Renowned Writer and Filmmaker, Atul Tiwari also attended the event. Speaking about Sushant Singh Rajput, Atul Tiwari said that despite having such a successful career in Bollywood, Sushant remained a humble person. He had love and respect for everyone in his heart. Hence, he was also loved by everyone, including his fans. Tarun Khanna & Smriti Khanna, renowned Indian Television Actors also made an appearance and requested the audience to always stand for the truth and justice whenever they see a foul play happening somewhere. According to them, it was absolutely unacceptable for the nation to bear the loss of Sushant Singh Rajput who was not only a brilliant actor, but a dynamic person.

Neeraj Gwalani, a former Merchant Navy Officer from Udaipur hosted this event and book lovers and fans of Sushant Singh Rajput attended the launch from different cities and made the event a memorable one. Smita Parikh has studied from Rajasthan Mahila Vidyalaya, Udaipur and has obtained a postgraduate degree from Maharana Bhopal Commerce College. She has been an announcer on Udaipur Radio and was awarded with the Young Talent Award from Rajasthan Sahitya Academy at the age of 15.  Maharana Mewar Foundation has also honored her with Maharana Raj Singh Award. 

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