New Delhi: Sheezan Khan was released from jail after the suicide-abetting case involving the late actress and ex-girlfriend Tunisha Sharma. On Thursday, Sheezan posted an impassioned photo and a lengthy poem about Tunisha. In the poem, he conveyed his affection for the late actress and shared a montage of the beautiful moments they shared. He wrote a poem describing the fact that he didn’t get to spend more time with her before she passed away. The actor uploaded the photo with the song ‘Tere Hawale’ playing in the background.
Sheezan Khan shared a black-and-white picture of himself and Tunisha Sharma, smiling broadly and looking quite happy. He captioned it with the poem, “Ek Roz Shaam Tanha, Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi, Aayi Toh Aisi Aayi Ke Bas Jaan Par Ban Aayi, Kayi Qisse hai Teri Baaton Ke, Zamane Me Charche Hai Apni Mulaqaton Ke, Tujhe Khone Ka Gham Ya Tujhe Paane Ki Khushi, Yehi Khayal Hai Ab Bojhal Raaton Ke, Kabhi Ba-Dastoor Aankh Lagi, Toh Yeh Bhi Khayal Aa Gaya, Jo Umr Tere Saath Guzar Na Saki Uspar Malaal Aa Gaya Se hua bhi nahi, anjaam kaha se aa gaya. – SHEEZAN KHAN.”
The poem, written in Hindi, encourages us to be resilient and to keep loving despite hardships. The responses to Sheezan’s post were divided, with some encouraging him to stay brave while others criticising him for seeking attention.
Tunisha Sharma was found dead on the set of her show, ‘Ali Baba: Daastan-E-Kabul’ on December 24, 2022. Her former boyfriend was taken into custody on charges of abetment to suicide after Tunisha’s mother filed a complaint. The two were part of the television series ‘Ali Baba Dastaan-e-Kabul’.
Tunisha’s mother, Vanita Sharma, has made disturbing allegations about the nature of their connection. She also alleged that Sheezan and his family were trying to force her daughter to change her religion. Tunisha’s family had accused them of practicing love jihad and black magic.
Sheezan was later arrested and sent to judicial custody. He was denied bail on several accounts. He was finally released on bail after 70 days in jail on March 5, 2023.