Her call comes before a planned memorial service to be held at Chelsea Old Town Hall on Tuesday, the first anniversary of her death.But on the day of her funeral – an Islamic service held at a Mumbai mosque in accordance with her family faith – a letter was discovered hidden in Jiah’s diary, describing how she had allegedly suffered months of physical, sexual and emotional abuse at the hands of her lover.A long case, followed by a nationwide uproar—many instances were revealed which all pointed at the atrocities born by the actress, all on account of a torturous man, who back-stabbed her.7.Dimple Kapadia Deeply saddening, but true that the gorgeous actress too had to undergo physical abuse by her husband, Rajesh Khanna. Aishwarya Rai Not even former Miss World was spared the horrors of physical abuse, at the hands of none other than Bollywood's popular star, and her ex-boyfriend—Salman Khan.
Even his family was aware of their affair, despite the fact that he was married man with a family of his own. The sick part is, that she had endured his violent behaviour even before, when he slapped her at a party back in 2009! Karisma Kapoor Karisma Kapoor breaking off her engagement with Abhishek Bachchan was not as scandalous, as the news of her ugly divorce with ex-husband Sunjay Kapur, to whom she was married for 13 years.
From the moment Jiah’s body was discovered by her mother Rabbiya in June last year, her family have believed her death was suspicious, blaming her boyfriend instead for contributing in some way to her death. Bollywood gossip suggested she had died of a broken heart, killing herself after being abandoned by Pancholi as his own career began to take off.
Jiah’s suicide has been the subject of rumours and speculation ever since her lifeless body was discovered.
A CBI statement read, “It was alleged that a 3-page note seized by the state police on 10/06/2013 was written by Ms Jiah Khan, which narrated her intimate relationship, physical abuse and mental torture that she experienced at the hands of the said private person (Pancholi).
The documents and the material objects of this case have been thoroughly and scientifically examined.“The Board of Forensic Medicine Experts has opined that the death was suicidal in nature, which corroborated the observation and opinion of the post-mortem doctor.