Published On : Fri, Aug 28th, 2015

That ‘weirdo’ Indrani offered me role on TV, killing her own daughter is really shocking: Rishi Kapoor

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Bollywood stars, who often are mired in controversies and are hot topics of gossips, have taken to Twitters and commented on raging murder mystery of Sheena Bora. Rishi Kapoor seems ta have taken lead. Rishi Kapoor is not the one to mince his words. He often makes a statement of the latest developments on his social media account. He was one of the first celebs to comment on the FTII controversy and the Radhe Maa uproar on Twitter. Recently, the actor took to Twitter to comment on the Sheena Bora murder case. He tweeted, Indrani Mukherjee came to offer me something on TV years back. She was a real weirdo then too. Imagine killing your own daughter! Real shocking.” [sic]

Mahesh Bhatt imagined movie script & it unfolded for real in Sheena Bora murder?

It seems that filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt had written a script that had striking similarities to the Sheena Bora murder case. In a Mumbai Mirror report, Mahesh has been quoted as saying that, “I empathise with the living hell that Peter is going through and this is not a pathetic attempt to ride on his unspeakable tragedy. But bizarre as it may sound, fact is that this is a case of life imitating fiction rather than fiction imitating life.” The story Bhatt has penned, Ab Raat Guzarnewali Hai, was completed in May and will be produced by Dhaval Jayantilal Gada. It is a story of crime and passion, soaked in blood, revolving around a mother and daughter. While Bhatt refuses to get into details, he admits that it plays itself out in a media space with characters intoxicated on fame and power, flushed with money and caught in multi-partner, bi-sexual relationships. “The story grew out of my imagination. I never imagined that it could be unfolding for real in a highrise in our backyard where the rich and powerful reside. The coincidence between a pure work of fiction and real life staggers me, it makes me shudder,” he admits in the report.