There has been a major debate all over the internet this past week regarding the love letters the police had recovered from Sooraj’s residence. The letters in question are those written by Jiah/Nafisa to Sooraj. The general consensus is the letters which Jiah/Nafisa had written to Sooraj, do not match the handwriting to those which had been submitted by Jiah’s mother, Rabiya Khan, as a “suicide note”.
In fact so much speculation has been buzzing around these letters and it seems that there are some who question whether Sooraj (or someone else) might have written those police recovered letters. And to make matters even more interesting, Rabiya’s lover, Tom Thomas, has been circulating the media circuit with remarks indicating that even if the police prove the handwriting from Jiah’s love letter do not match those submitted by Rabiya as a “suicide note”, she intends to fly all the way back to London in search of old school papers for a “match”.
Sound fishy? Yeah, we thought so too.
To be honest, if the police really needed further proof (beyond their trained and certified graphologist), they would not even need to go back to another country for a sample. They could check Jiah’s legal documents (Passport, PAN Card, signed cheques, contracts, etc.) right here in Mumbai.
Luckily for us, we were able to hunt down a copy of Jiah’s handwriting on our own-and it really wasn’t that difficult either. The sample we stumbled across is from the December 2006 issue of Stardust Magazine.
It doesn’t take an expert to determine that Jiah/Nafisa wrote the letters to Sooraj. He obviously did NOT write those.
Below is one of the letters Jiah had written (in cursive) to Sooraj, addressed and signed. Before she passed away she was starting to go by Nafisa again.
Here we include the excerpt from the December 2006 issue of Stardust Magazine, where Nafisa (who at the time was still going by Jiah) had handwritten (in print, not cursive) a questionnaire for their “these are a few of my favourite things!” section.
And just when we were beginning to wonder whether or not Rabia Khan was out to ruin the image of a sweet kid, we stumbled across this.
What are your thoughts?