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Facebook page created to demand justice for Jiah Khan

Jun 12, 2013 at 06:33pm IST

Mumbai A Facebook page has been launched to fight for justice for Bollywood actress Nafisa alias Jiah Khan, who committed suicide by hanging herself in her Juhu apartment. It was reported that she was depressed due to her failing career and crumbling personal life.

Titled 'Justice for Jiah Khan', it was launched Monday on the socialnetworking site (URL: https://www.facebook.com/Justice.For.Jiah.Khan).

An initiative by Newz66, news and content website, it is reportedly supported by several Bollywood artistes and media professionals.

Facebook page created to demand justice for Jiah Khan

Jiah Khan was found hanging at her flat in Sagar Sangeet Building in Juhu.

The page states that Jiah's suicide was completely sudden, unexpected and uncalled for. She was a strong, determined person and it is obvious there is much more than what meets the eye. LIKE this page and leave your comments to ensure that the truth prevails.

Jiah's mother Rabiya Khan has alleged her late daughter was in a live-in relationship with Sooraj Pancholi, son of actor Aditya Pancholi and unrequited love killed her.

On June 10 Sooraj had been arrested by Mumbai police in connection with suicide of Jiah and he will remain in custody till Thursday. Police await Jiah's medical reports to carry probe further.

So far the page has received 36 likes and few comments.

The Britain-born actress, who debuted opposite Amitabh Bachchan in 'Nishabd', was found hanging at her flat in Sagar Sangeet Building in the posh Juhu area of northwest Mumbai June 3. She was 25.

In 2008, she was seen along with Aamir Khan and Asin Thottumkal in the blockbuster Ghajini, a remake of AR Murugadoss's Tamil film of the same title.

She was last seen in Sajid Khan's Housefull with Akshay Kumar, Reiteish Deshmukh, Deepika Padukone and Lara Dutta.


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