Rhea Chakraborty danced with Inmates on Last Day in Jail

A human rights lawyer revealed what Rhea Chakraborty was like in jail, explaining that on her final day, she danced with inmates.

Rhea Chakraborty danced with Inmates on Last Day in Jail f

"for her as a young person, she took it very sportingly."

It has been revealed that on her final day in Byculla Jail, Rhea Chakraborty danced with her fellow inmates.

Human rights lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj spent three years in Mumbai’s Byculla Jail before being released in December 2021.

During her time in prison, Sudha saw Rhea, who was in jail on charges of supplying drugs to her boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput.

Rhea spent nearly a month in prison after being arrested in September 2020.

Sudha explained that despite Rhea facing a lot of criticism, she did not let it affect her, revealing that she was incredibly friendly with other inmates and even danced with them on her final day.

Sudha said: “The Sushant Singh Rajput thing had been going on and on and on in the media, like it was crazy.

“At that time, we used to say that Rhea is being made a scapegoat. We were very unhappy with it.

“So, I was very glad that she was not brought into the main barrack; she was kept in the special cell.

“I think she was kept there so that she did not see the TV because people would keep that TV on. All the time hearing about your case would have been too upsetting for her.”

Continuing to speak about Rhea, Sudha said:

“I must say for somebody, who had been thrown into a situation like that… for her as a young person, she took it very sportingly.

“And she was so friendly with people. She was so friendly with the children.”

“The first day (they met her), everybody was going ‘where is Rhea?’

“You know, how people are. But she would never make a thing of it.

“And when she left, she had some money remaining in her account, so for all the barracks she asked for sweets to be given, and everybody came down to wish her goodbye.

“Then, everybody said, ‘Rhea, one dance, one dance’. And she actually obliged. So sweet. She danced with them (the inmates).”

According to Sudha, Rhea Chakraborty had said that although everyone believes people in jail are bad, she knew that many of her inmates were undertrials and it had not been proven whether they were guilty or not.

Sudha recalled Rhea saying she would take home all the memories of spending time with the inmates.



Dhiren is a News & Content Editor who loves all things football. He also has a passion for gaming and watching films. His motto is to "Live life one day at a time".



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