Aadesh doubts Rahat over brother’s death
Mumbai: Bollywood music director Aadesh Shrivastava, who lost his brother Chitresh on May 7 following a major car crash while on his way to Chicago from Detroit (US), is still in a state of shock and feels there is a lot of ambiguity about his death.
Chitresh was the lone person among 4 others travelling in the car to lose his life on that ill-fated night. He was Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Indian manager. The duo along with its team was in the US for a show.
Aadesh has had sleepless nights since his brother’s death and is wondering why Rahat, who was there with his brother on that fateful night hasn’t bothered to call him up even once.
The music composer has not yet received his brother’s post mortem reports and his death certificate. And in order to investigate the truth, Aadesh has decided to fly to the US.
Talking to a daily, Aadesh, while expressing his concern said, "Forget calling, Rahat doesn`t take my calls. I`ve tried to get in touch repeatedly for two months. There`s no response. I just want to ask him why I haven`t seen any report from the US on the nature and cause of his death, two months on. I still don`t have my brother`s post-mortem report, death certificate or any other document relating to his death. It`s almost as if the road mishap never happened."
"I feel my brother didn`t die a natural death. I am now leaving for the US to investigate and file a case against the people allegedly responsible,” added Aadesh.
The bereaved brother is inconsolable and has a lot of questions for Rahat. According to Aadesh, Chitresh treated Rahat has his brother.