The execution of a Will is proved not only when the statutory requirements for proving that Will are satisfied but the Will is also found to be ordinarily free from suspicious circumstances [Pragnaben, (2008) 15 SCC 365]. Whether a Will is surrounded by suspicious circumstances or not is essentially a question of fact.
“3 Courts below had concurrent findings on the issue of the genuineness… SC shall not interfere with concurrent findings of 3 Courts unless there are special circumstances warranting interference.”
– Hon’ble Justice N.V. Ramana, Jarnail Singh v. Bhagwanti, [Civil Appeal No. 5050 of 2009].