The first death anniversary of New York born Bollywood actress Jiah Khan, who rose to fame with Ram Gopal Verma’s bold movie NISHABD opposite superstar AmitabhBachchan was commemorated by holding a memorial service at Chelsea Town Hall in London. It was attended by her mother Rabiyya, family and friends. Last year the bold and beautiful actress had committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling at her Mumbai residence due to her futile relation with her boy friend Suraj Pancholi, son of famous actor Aditya Pancholi.
Besides memorial service her loving mother had also posted a music video on internet for her fans that was composed and sung by Jiah herself. Ironically the song ‘Life of the Party', is full of energy and positivity for living.
The video posted by mother urged the viewers to post their comment because she wants to prove to the world that her daughter was full of life but she took the drastic step after being traumatized by her boyfriend Suraj Pancholi, whom she alleges to be a murderer.
Though the Mumbai police have dismissed Jiah Khan’s death as a case of suicide but her mother is undeterred. She is fighting the case single handedly because she asserts there are ample proofs that point suspicious finger towards Suraj Pancholi to having murdered her. In an interview her mother claims to have found a letter from her daughter’s bedroom, written by Jiah Khan in her own hand writing that laments about the emotional ordeals that she underwent at the hands of Suraj Pancholi.
Further she alleges that the forensic reports too have reported of discovering tiny portions of human flesh under the finger nails of Jiah Khan, which evidently proves that before death she had had been engaged in a scuffle with Suraj Pancholi. Hence she is convinced that her daughter had not committed suicide but was brutally murdered.
Peeved at the justice of India, it is reported she has approached the British police to investigate her daughter's death. According to television report she has written to Foreign Secretary William Hague to seek her justice and bring the culprit to book.