Model-turned-VJ Sonika Chauhan's death has got the tinselvile buzzing with each day adding on a new twist in the story. It has been reported that Vikram Chatterjee, who was behind the wheels at the time of accident and was injured as well, is said to be accused of Sonika's death. The Bengali actor has been been accused of driving under the influence of alcohol which eventually led to accident that killed Sonika. In fact, the cops even suggest a foul play in the matter.
While the investigation regarding Sonika Chauhan's death is on, we got our hands on the late model's last message in her handwriting which she had shared on Instagram. She wrote a quote of Najwa Zebian, a Lebanese Canadian author, which stated, "If you understand me, then you've enslaved part of me... So, if you don't take care of my words, I will protect the pieces of my soul through the silence of my lips..."
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In the caption, Sonika even wrote how she can relate to this quote of the author. We wonder if she just wrote the qoute casually or was she indicating to someone specific.
Interestingly, there are reports that Sonika was dating Vikram at the time of her death. The couple was said to be quite serious about their relationship.
"Vikram and Sonika had been dating from November-end. Vikram has brought Sonika over to my house too. Sonika was known to my wife and other friends. We have seen how both of them cared for each other," one of Vikram's friend reportedly told a leading daily.
On the other hand, Vikram had also asserted that Sonika has been a special person of his life and that it isn't an easy time for him as well.
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"I am not saying this to gain sympathy at this point but I really wish I was in Sonika's place today. I would have had much peace. After all, I was behind the wheels that night. I'm sure many understand the pain you feel when you lose a friend — a part of your life, a special person. To see that person bleeding from all over. People are saying all sorts of things outside. They are saying that I readmitted myself purposely. Truth is, I wasn't in a position to analyse my health condition. It was only after my closed ones told me I need to get readmitted that I did. Sonika was an integral part of my life — a special person. I don't know how I will face her parents but I know that I have to. But I was neither drunk, nor speeding. What really transpired that night is something I will share with the police given that the case is sub judice. People are also saying that the car was zooming at 120 km/hr and that I was intoxicated. None of these are true," Vikram was quoted as saying.