It’s sad but they're not even supporting me: Hrithik Roshan's sister Sunaina on family issues
It’s sad but they're not even supporting me: Hrithik Roshan's sister Sunaina on family issues

Hrithik Roshan’s sister Sunaina Roshan recently opened up about her equation with the entire Roshan family. Earlier she dismissed rumours of being under critical observation and having health issues. However, things got a tad bit weird when she posted a tweet that read, "Sunday thought... didn’t know that I would have had the opportunity to visit HELL in this lifetime..."

Following the same, in an interview with Pinkvilla she got candid about what she meant and how her rapport within the family has changed. She said, "What I am going through with my family! It’s living hell."

Sunaina further went on to confirm that she had been living separately for about a month and the tweet was a result of the ongoing tension from both sides.

"Yes, there are certain issues, but please don’t ask me to talk about this more as it’s about my family and I don’t want them to be affected further. All I can say is that I have been staying in a rented hotel apartment for the past 17-18 days before I came back home to stay in the same building as my parents. While I am staying in their home, I have a separate entrance and a separate floor on which I live," she said.

As for the false rumours on her deteriorating health, she said, "I really don’t know who is spreading these rumours but I was touched by my well-wishers who asked about my health! I have not been hospitalised getting any kind of treatment forget psychological. I also want to clarify that I am not under any medication. I was out partying with my friends on Sunday night at the Golf Club in Chembur."

Amid all the media frenzy she claimed that there was no support from Hrithik or her parents. "Nobody has spoken to me. Nobody is in touch with me… It’s sad but they are not even supporting me," she said.

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