Salman tried to talk Sooraj out of the relationship: Jiah's mother

Salman tried to talk Sooraj out of the relationship: Jiah`s mother

Ever since Jiah Khan's suicide note has been found, grapevine is literally seized by the buzz pertaining to possible reasons behind her opting for the extreme step. In a recent interview besides endorsing what Jiah wrote in her last letter Rabiya has even made some of the shocking revelations about the whole issue.

Rabiya told the media person that for the first time she got to know about Jiah's affair with Sooraj somewhere around a year back when the late actress introduced her to him.

About twitching terms between Jiah and Sooraj, Rabiya revealed that, she realized that every thing is not OK between the two when Jiah had been to London in February this year where Rabiya asked her to withdraw from the relationship. Rabiya also stated that she was oblivious about, Jiah's being pregnant with Sooraj's child.

On being asked about, did she ever try to discuss the issue with Aditya Pancholi? Rabiya made another shocking disclosure that it is a misconception that she and Aditya are friends. And if they would have been, then such a situations wouldn't have arisen.

Further Rabiya revealed that Aditya threw a fit when he came to know about Sooraj's relationship with Jiah and even told Salman Khan about it, who also tried to talk Sooraj out of the relationship. But when Sooraj apprised him about his feelings towards Jiah, Salman was then cool about it.

While responding to questions about Jiah's being depressed about her unstable career, Rabiya stated that although Jiah was disappointed on loosing Ken Ghosh's "Chance Pe Dance" but slowly and steadily things were getting on track for her. But at the same time, Rabiya also affirmed the possibilities that, Jiah was upset because soon after signing his debut flick (remake of Hero) with Salman's banner, Sooraj's attitude towards her changed drastically.

In fact when Jiah told him that she wanted to meet Salman and tell him that she wanted to work with him Sooraj always gave it a deaf ear and did not make it happen.

Unrequited love killed Jiah
A week after Jiah Khan's suicide, her mother Rabiya Khan Monday opened up about the reason behind her daughter's death, claiming the drastic step was not due to the lack of assignments but due to her troubled relationship with her alleged boyfriend Sooraj, son of actor Aditya Pancholi.

"My point is to tell you the truth. It is being said that she was depressed and had no work, but it was not the case, Rabiya, who has three daughters - Jiah, Karishma and Kavita - said at a press conference.

"She was attending atleast three to four events a month. She was making money and was living comfortably in her house with two maids and even had a car and a driver. It was the insecurity that her love was not respected and recognized that was killing her day by day.

Bollywood actress Nafisa alias Jiah Khan, who debuted opposite Amitabh Bachchan in "Nishabd", committed suicide at her residence in Mumbai's Juhu area June 3. She was 25.

"Jiah was a poetess...she had a diary in which she wrote all her poems. I wanted my daughters to recite them at prayer ceremony, but we couldn't find the diary. I couldn't get myself to touch Jiah's things, so I told my daughter (Kavita) to look. She (Jiah) had a Prada wallet box and her sister found the letter in it," said Rabiya.

All Jiah wanted was love, she added.

The letter, where Jiah had penned her troubled relationship with her Suraj, was found by her sister Kavita Saturday and was handed over to the police.

Although the letter doesn't mention any name but is talks about the sorry state of Jiah's relationship.

"After all the pain, the rape, the abuse, the torture I have seen previously I didn't deserve this. I didn't see any love or commitment from you. I just became increasingly scared that you would hurt me mentally or physically....," the letter said.

"I aborted our baby when it hurt me deeply. You promised me once we made it to one year we would get engaged. All you want in life is partying, your women and your selfish motives. All I wanted was you and my happiness you took both away from me," the letter added.

Talking about the letter, Rabiya confessed that there were many things in it that she wasn't aware of.

"I knew about his (Sooraj's) abusing her and not respecting her and also about the presents and the Goa trip. But I found out other aspects, which were hurtful," she said.

"The letter does not have a name, so who it is addressed to is something you can only ask Jiah. But because of the incidents in the past and what she told me, all of these things point out to Sooraj Pancholi," she said.

Talking about the things Jiah shared with her, she said that they had a detailed discussion about Jiah's relationship with Sooraj when she had visited her in London a few months back.

"When she came to London during her birthday, I saw that she always had tears in her eyes. I asked her if this was regarding Sooraj and she started crying...she said that he abuses her and shouts at her. When he drinks, he can't handle himself," Rabiya said.

"I asked her to lay off for a while. I told her that in a relationship space is most important... She had tried to cut down, out of his 10 calls she used to answer just two. This was the time when I came to know about the nature of the boy," she added.

Jiah had confided in her mother that Aditya Pancholi was unhappy about his son's relationship with her.

"She said that ever since it came in the paper that Jiah Khan and Sooraj are dating, the father created a scene. He told him that Jiah was so much elder to him, but Jiah told me that it was hardly a year. So Sooraj was aware that his father didn't like the relationship," Rabiya said.

She also clarified that Aditya Pancholi came to see Jiah's body only after the police had come.

"In my house, only Anju (Mahendru) and her friend came. I called my family members...three to four families came. After three hours, Aditya Pancholi came and Sooraj didn't even come. He must have got to know, but he never came," she said.