Trishala breaks her silence on father Sanjay Dutt
Zee Media Bureau
Mumbai: Trishala’s absence while her father, actor Sanjay Dutt surrendered to the TADA court on May 18, following the Supreme Court’s verdict in connection to 1993 Mumbai blasts case, was hugely under speculation.
Dutt’s first born- Trishala- has broken her silence on her absence from the scene and has vented her angst against those who cooked up imaginary stories regarding the same.
Born to late Richa Sharma, Dutt’s first wife, Trishala expressed herself on her blog to share the truth.
She wrote, “I’ve been harassed as to why I’m so silent on the subject but all I want to say is this: I’ve become an elder sister to my twin siblings Iqra and Sharaan.”
“It’s up to me to be strong for them and set a good example for them being the eldest daughter of the house... I love my father to death and I will always be his blood, his first born, his everything. I’m just sick of people making stupid assumptions as to why I wasn’t there in India by his side during the time of judgement, why I’m silent, why am I posting pictures acting all happy…”
“Did it ever occur to some of your `curious` minds that maybe my father told me not to come? My family is going through an extremely difficult time right now and I haven’t been seen in Mumbai since January 2007,” she added.
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