I Know Why Sheena was Killed: Brother

According to police, Sheena and Peter\'s son from an earlier marriage, Rahul, were dating for over a year which their family did not like.

Published: 27th August 2015 03:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th August 2015 01:41 PM   |  A+A-


Former Star TV CEO Peter Mukherjea and his wife Indrani Mukherjea. (File Source: Bharatstudent.com)

GUWAHATI:  Mikhail Bora, Indrani Mukerjea’s son from a previous relationship, on Wednesday claimed that he knew why his elder sister, Sheena Bora, was murdered but would disclose the details only after the murder probe ended. Sheena was 24 when she was found murdered in Maharashtra’s Raigad district.

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 In a plot that Mumbai police themselves likened to a Bollywood masala movie, it emerged that Indrani Mukherjea, estranged wife of former Star India CEO Peter Mukherjea, murdered Sheena Bora — who was her daughter.

Mikhail, who pursued his higher studies in Delhi and briefly worked with Lufthansathere, lives here with his maternal grandparents, octogenarian businessman Upendra Kumar Bora and D R Bora, who are ailing and can’t talk to the media.

Though Mikhail said he had no idea about his father, a neighbour claimed it was one Siddhartha Das, whom Indrani had dated while studying in Shillong in the early 1980s. Later Indrani broke up with him and married Kolkata-based businessman Sanjeev Khanna. “We were very young when our mother left us.,” he said.

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