Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister shares actor’s to-do list for June 29, says he was ‘planning ahead'

The actor had chalked out plans for his daily routine till June 29

Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister shares actor’s to-do list for June 29, says he was ‘planning ahead'

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, August 1

Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Shweta Singh Kriti's latest Instagram post once again has put a question mark on whether the actor actually committed suicide as his post-mortem report suggested, or was any other foul play involved. 

The post shows Sushant 'planning ahead in life'. The actor had chalked out plans for his daily routine till June 29, claimed the Instagram post. 

Sushant was dead at his Mumbai home on June 14. 

Shweta shared a photograph of a whiteboard. On the board, in Sushant' alleged handwriting, is a daily to-do list for himself. 

Also read: Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Shweta writes to PM Modi, requests for 'urgent scan in case'; fears evidence tampering

The list includes his plans to practice transcendental meditation daily from June 29.

Other instructions include "make your bed" after waking up, "read books, watch content movies/series, learn guitar and workout" among other things.

"Bhai's White Board where he was planning to start his workout and transcendental meditation from 29th June daily. So he was planning ahead. #justiceforsushantsinghrajput," Shweta wrote.

Earlier in the day, Shweta had shared an adorable video of Sushant where he can be seen singing "Mahadev Shambhu", a song dedicated to Lord Shiva and playing his guitar.

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