Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14, 2020. The actor's death has left everyone in shock. As the news of his demise made it to the internet, it was his good friend Sandip Ssingh who had rushed to his residence. The producer friend was the one who did all the procedures, even at the hospital where Sushant's post-mortem was carried out. He was the one who stood by Sushant in his final journey to the crematorium. Now, Sandip Ssingh was interrogated by the police in Sushant's suicide case.
We have got a video of Sandip Ssingh exiting the Bandra Police Station. Quite a few people are being summoned and questioned by the police in Sushant's suicide case, in order, to understand the cause that pushed the actor to take such a drastic step. Reportedly, Sushant did not leave behind a suicide note and hence, nobody knows what made him take his own life.
The details of Sandip's interrogation are yet to be known. As he left the police station, we see him having a conversation with a police officer. While the media outside tried to speak to Sandip, he refused to do saying that he will talk at the right time. Check out his video below:
Post Sushant's demise, Sandip had made a very heartwrenching post on social media. Sharing a happy picture with the actor and his former girlfriend Ankita Lokhande, Sandip wrote, "Today when I entered your house bhai there was no hug, no masti and laughter.... 10 yrs of brotherhood with you and you left me shocked, broken and speechless...all our memories all those love filled moments we spent as a family will now forever haunt me. You promised me that you will be the first actor in my directorial debut, you said we are both Bihari and hence we have to rule this industry together. You broke all your promises today...You betrayed me my brother...you have left me alone @sushantsinghrajput." (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput's Last Film Dil Bechara Gets An OTT Release Instead Of Theatres; Late Actor's Fans Are DISAPPOINTED, 'Yeh Choti Si Khushi Bhi Cheenli')
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