Bollywood’s veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt who yesterday recorded his statement in Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide case took to his Twitter account to share a cryptic post. From past few days, the filmmaker is in the news after Kangana Ranaut accused him of throwing chappal at her.
Now, taking to Twitter he shared two posts, in the first post he captioned an image wherein we can see a man walking on the railway tracks with an unknown path. He wrote, “I have come a long way. Where? I just don’t know where?”
I have come a long way. Where? I just don't know where? pic.twitter.com/WB3ibgsFp9— Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) July 28, 2020
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In another post he shared the same image and wrote a different caption, “Duniya ke banaaye raaston mein uljhanein kam na thin Aur jab chala khud banake raaste toh duniya ulajh gayi”
Duniya ke banaaye raaston mein— Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) July 28, 2020
uljhanein kam na thin
Aur jab chala khud banake raaste
toh duniya ulajh gayi
- Neelesh Jain pic.twitter.com/XPaJGevjLB
Meanwhile, ever since Sushant died and Kangana’s interview Bhatt family is facing serious flak from netizens. Lately, actress Alia Bhatt took to her Instagram handle and shared several cryptic posts. While her sister Shaheen and mother Soni Razdan slammed the social platform after they received rape and murder threats on Instagram.
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