Sushant Singh Rajput died of suicide on June 14, 2020, leaving behind his fans and family mourning over the irreversible loss. The fans are missing the late actor dearly and every now and then social media is buzzing with his pictures and videos. All the social media platforms are just filled with his throwback video, BTS of his movies, throwback photos, playing with his dog Fudge, and much more. But now all we have left with us are just his memories to cherish. Actor’s ashes were immersed by his father and sister in the holy river of the Ganges won't he 18th at his hometown Patna, Bihar. His family later held a prayer meeting at home.
Recently, a fan page on Instagram dropped a video from the actor’s prayer meet held at Sushant’s Patna house. The video opens to Sushant’s dad sitting next to the photo of his son who left for heavenly abode. In the video, his sisters and other family members are seen giving tribute to Sushant by singing Mahamrityunjay Mantra to give peace to his departed soul. This video from his prayer meet will break your heart all over again and will leave you sad.
Sushant’s friends are still mourning over his death on social media. Recently, Doctors revealed the final autopsy report that stated that ‘no struggle marks or external injuries’ were found in the actor's body. The cause of death has been mentioned as Asphyxia due to hanging. His nails were also found clean in the detailed post-mortem report. The report cites the actor's death as a "clear case of suicide with no other foul play.
Meanwhile, Mumbai Police are investigating actor’s suicide case and have already interrogated more than 20 people in relation with SSR including his rumoured ex-girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, casting director Mukesh Chhabra and others. (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput's Father Recalls Last Conversation Where SSR Spoke About Marriage But Didn't Reveal The Girl's Name)
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