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Hello peeps! 'Flashback Friday' is here and yesterday (February 25, 2016) actor Sanjay Dutt also came out of jail, and we thought to bring to you an untold story of Sanjay Dutt's first wife, Rich Sharma, who is no more.
Sanjay met Richa in the US, when he went there for rehabilitation, and later the couple ended up getting married. Richa gave birth to a beautiful daughter, Trishala Dutt and a few years later she died of brain tumour.
Click On 'View Photos' To See Rare Pics Of Sanjay Dutt With Richa & Trisha:
Recently, their daughter Trishala posted a picture of a note on Instagram. That note was written by none other than her mother, Richa Sharma and it will surely break your heart into a thousand pieces!
Trishala captioned the picture, "I found this note my mom wrote when she was dying...this was about 21+ years ago. Now I know where I get my writing skills from!....life is short....I miss her ------------------- ✨Destination✨
The note reads "We all walk together. Each one chooses their own path. I chose mine. But I am left in a deadend street. How do I go back? Do I get another chance? Time tells all. I'll wait even if it takes long. I know deep inside there is no way I'll be left behind. I still have hope. My guardian angel will take me some place where my dreams will be waiting. They will welcome me in with their arms open with care."
A few years back, while talking to a leading daily, when Trishala was asked about her favourite memories with her mom, she had said, "My mother passed away 17 years ago. Thats a long time I've been without her. It's sad to say I don't have many memories of her, but I do remember how kind she was, how beautiful she was, and what an honest loving person she was."