Producer Nikhil Dwivedi tells Rhea Chakraborty: When all this is finished, we Will Work With You

Producer Nikhil Dwivedi tells Rhea Chakraborty: When all this is finished, we Will Work With You

Producer Nikhil Dwivedi tells Rhea Chakraborty: ‘When all this is over, we would like to work with you’ Film producer Nikhil Dwivedi has come out in support of Rhea Chakraborty, a day after she was sent to 14-day judicial custody in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. He said he will take back his words if Rhea “doesn’t reform” after if convicted.

Day after actor Rhea Chakraborty was arrested in the Sushant Singh Rajput case, film producer Nikhil Dwivedi has lent support to the Jalebi actor and has shared his wish to work with her “when all this is over”. He took to Twitter to share his views about her.

He wrote, “#Rhea I didn’t know u. I don’t know what kind of person u r. May b u r as bad as u r being made out to b. May b u r not. What I do know is that how its all played out for u is unfair, unlawful &not how civilized countries behave. When all this is over we wud like to work with u.” Rhea, I didn’t know u. I don’t know what kind of person u r. May b u r as bad as u r being made out to b. May b u r not. What I do know is that how its all played out for u is unfair, unlawful &not how civilized countries behave. When all this is over we wud like to work with u @Tweet2Rhea

He also replied to a few who slammed him for supporting Rhea and not tweeting in support of late Sushant Singh Rajput. Replying to the follower who said Nikhil was making “a hero out of her”, he wrote, “Have the courts convicted her? In case they do, we shall wait for her to do time and reform. In case she doesn’t reform then I shall take my words back. But the media & public needs to stop passing judgment. My support is for #Innocentuntilprovenguilty & not for #RheaChakraborty.”

Have the courts convicted her? In case they do, we shall wait for her to do time and reform. In case she doesn’t reform then I shall take my words back. But the media & public needs to stop passing judgment. My support is for #Innocentuntilprovenguilty & not for #RheaChakraborty

Replying to another follower who pointed out at the trend of media trials, he said, “Many who r claiming a high moral ground shud know that a lot is happening today thanks to them. They set the template. They were sore losers. Media trials in 2002, Loya, EVMs list is endless. But needs to end somewhere. Ths voyeurism shud ve ended wth #ArushiTalwar case.”

Absolutely. Many who r claiming a high moral ground shud know that a lot is happening today thanks to them. They set the template. They were sore losers. Media trials in 2002, Loya, EVMs list is endless. But needs to end somewhere. Ths voyeurism shud ve ended wth #ArushiTalwar case

Giving a reply to the trolls, he said, “To those who think I am supporting a drug user or drug peddler &trolling me. I wud like to say I DON’T CARE! I m NOT supporting #Rhea but standing up to our tendency to pronounce judgments before the law has. I was as disturbed when men were ousted of their jobs on #Metoo allegations.”

To those who think I am supporting a drug user or drug peddler &trolling me. I wud like to say I DON’T CARE! I m NOT supporting #Rhea but standing up to our tendency to pronounce judgments before the law has. I was as disturbed when men were ousted of their jobs on #Metoo allegations

Nikhil has co-produced movies like Veere Di Wedding and Dabangg 3. Rhea, who has been arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a drug case linked with actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, was sent to 14-day judicial custody on Tuesday after her bail plea was rejected by the court.

Nitin Latwal

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