Late actor Jiah Khan’s demise despatched shock waves throughout the nation and it’s nonetheless a thriller, even after eight years. She was discovered lifeless at her Juhu condo on June 3, 2013. Now, BBC has come out with a three-part documentary on the actor and her demise, titled Death In Bollywood. The episodes of the documentary aren’t obtainable to look at in India. The synopsis of the present means that her British household is of the opinion that the reality behind her demise continues to be not out. The first episode attracted 700k viewers on Monday night time. Also Read – Jiah Khan Death Anniversary: Timeline of Events Surrounding The Mysterious Death of Nishabd Actor
The synopsis additional reads, “According to her family, various questions about the night of Jiah’s death still remain unanswered. The police never found the tracksuit that Jiah was seen wearing on CCTV just 15 minutes before her death. They soon concluded that Jiah had been driven to suicide by her boyfriend. In Indian law, this is a crime, abetment of suicide, which carries a jail sentence of up to ten years. He denies the charge. Jiah’s mother Rabia hires a private forensic investigator, who raises questions about the forensic evidence and suggests that the police may have been too quick to conclude this was suicide. She is determined to fight on for what she sees as justice for Jiah.”
The first episode aired on January 11 at 9 pm. After watching the primary episode, netizens have been heartbroken. One consumer tweeted, “Watching #DeathInBollywood on BBC2 and my heart just breaks for Jiah Khan and her family. Bollywood is all about appearances. Super glamorous on the outside, dirty seedy filth on the inside. And the Indian media is vile in the way it sensationally reports on tragedies like this.”
Watching #deathinbollywood loopy how they are saying the investigation was botched from the off, rings just a few bells… the identical case for SSR’s demise. The investigation wasn’t completed correctly and the authorities caught on the story that she dedicated suicide. pic.twitter.com/rkBlAARy8z
— Sandi Hirani (@Sandi_H_xx) January 11, 2021
After watching the primary episode of #DeathInBollywood – it prompts extra Qs about #JiahKhan ‘s passing away than closure. As a viewer, even I’m asking probably the most primary Qs within the investigation, so surprise how Mumbai Police / CBI did such a “shoddy” job. Whatever! Rest in peace JK!
— Raj Baddhan (@RajBaddhan) January 11, 2021
Watched 3-part BBC documentary sequence #DeathInBollywood about #JiahKhan demise:
– It’s heartbreaking
– Many parallels with #SushantSinghRajput demise
– Poorly researched. Lots of key details about case & these concerned lacking
– Indian police & CBI not taking part is telling
— Asjad Nazir (@asjadnazir) January 12, 2021
Today I watch jiah khan’s documentary in BBC iPlayer. #DeathInBollywood she didn’t take her life.Her life was taken by these devils who brutally killed her. We need justice4that lovely&harmless soul.We r along with her&her household. #JusticeForJiahKhan @JiahKhanJustice @smitaparikh2 pic.twitter.com/d0zyWWf6PH
— Roshni Gupta (@RoshniG19830581) January 12, 2021
BBC2’s #DeathInBollywood was such an upsetting watch. I by no means realised the extent of it. Everything the confirmed which was not investigated… the tracksuit, cellphone historical past, the marks on her physique. So, so unhappy. #justiceforjiah
— Priya Mulji (@PriyaMulji) January 11, 2021
Very unhappy documentary #DeathInBollywood . Very conflicted on which model may very well be the reality. The moms behaviour over time may be very unusual, very pushy and her response to her daughters rape at 14, not for her to brush below the carpet!
— Nuttytart (@chets14) January 12, 2021
Watching the primary a part of #DeathInBollywood and I really feel heartbroken for Jiah and her household. She was simply 16 when she carried out in Nishabd and closely glamorised and sexualised from then on. Her lacking tracksuit and the unlocked and wiped cellphone is terrifying.
— (@_MSalhotra) January 12, 2021
#DeathInBollywood @ObserverUK @BBCThisWorld Thank u 4 the telecast of this a lot wanted documentary.Bullywood has grow to be a cartel of Drugs, little one intercourse trafficking,Mafia actions.SSR’s/Jiah’s murders have introduced a revolution in India & there’s a Mass Boycott of this establishment. pic.twitter.com/2e7B6fIcxO
— Roopa Dewan (@Roopadewan_) January 12, 2021
The failings of the Mumbai Police & the CBI come as no shock.
Missing tracksuit. Planted be aware.
No forensics. No information restoration from her cell. Bruises on the physique.
Rest of CCTV footage?#DeathInBollywood#JiahKhan #SushantSinghRajput#BollywoodMafia@BBCTwo @grainmedia pic.twitter.com/Mzw6FEENLD
— BB Y (@ShafYarra) January 11, 2021
Another tweeted, “BBC2’s #DeathInBollywood was such an upsetting watch. I never realised the extent of it. Everything the showed which was not investigated… the tracksuit, phone history, the marks on her body. So, so sad. #justiceforjiah.”
Jiah Khan Suicide:
The actor, who labored in movies comparable to Nishabd, Ghajini, and Housefull, was allegedly discovered lifeless at her condo on June 3, 2013 on the age of 25. In her suicide be aware, she highlighted her strained relationship with Sooraj Pancholi, who was arrested every week later after her demise and was later granted bail on July 2, 2013. At that point, the Central Bureau of Investigation had taken over the case in June 2014. Her mom, Rabya Khan asserted that her daughter was murdered.
While the Central Bureau of Investigation pronounced her demise as a suicide, UK-based forensic knowledgeable Jason James-Pynes claimed that her hanging was staged. As per the state’s forensic consultants, the harm marks on her decrease lip was a results of ‘friction with the teeth during the commission of the act’ and are ‘blunt force trauma to the mouth region (for example punching or a hand placed over the mouth).
Mumbai session court frames charges against Sooraj Pancholi for allegedly abetting Jiah Khan’s suicide. Sooraj denies fees and pleads innocence.
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