The actor says that despite all those things he went through, he desires his case to end fairly.
Sooraj Pancholi is happy that there surely is some movement ahead on the truth.
Sooraj Pancholi wants life to move forward, and he’s ready to defend himself. “Keeping the emotions intact for the individual who has passed away, we do need some movement forward. It has been a long, long time and I can’t afford to reduce more time,” says the actor, who is costed with abetting the suicide of professional and ex-girlfriend Jiah Khan in 2013.
Sooraj says, “I visited court without the presumption. I recognized that there was something I would be incurred with, but I’m ready for any demand against me, because until I’ve a demand, I cannot protect myself. The trial starts from the 14th, and lastly there will be improvement. For so a long time, we’ve never delayed the court docket process.”
He and his family are longing for a good trial, as Sooraj talks about, “It usually is ‘innocent until proven guilty’, but with my circumstance, it began with ‘guilty until proven innocent’. I simply hope that folks state the facts. If it’s bad, write against me; but if it’s in my own favour, please write that as well.”
Now 27, he is hopeful that justice will be offered. “I’ve lost my 20s in this great deal, but I don’t want to feel like a victim. I don’t want any sympathy. I just want my trial to be reasonable — whether it runs against me or in my favour. I am shown as a unlawful since day one; it isn’t a good thing to have with. Four many years of my prime have ended up in attending courtroom proceedings and nothing at all has happened. I want my case to get rid of, fairly.”