Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s friend Siddharth Pithani revealed in his interaction with Zoom TV that the actor had been feeling lonely and wanted to quit Bollywood. The actor was planning to quit acting followed by planning something in the field of virtual reality with Siddharth. Siddharth revealed the actor was heartbroken and mentioned having no one in the world for him. Siddharth also revealed how the actor urged him to quit his job and move back to Mumbai in order to start a new venture with him.
Siddharth revealed when he got a call from SSR in the first week of January he said, “Please come back, I think we can do something together. I don’t want to act anymore. We can start something in the field of virtual reality and other content. I am sure you are the right person for this. Leave your job, I will pay you the same salary.” Siddharth also revealed on getting SSR’s call, he had left the company and the place where he resided to meet the actor. Further revealing in his conversation about the actor being heartbroken, he shared that Sushant had said, “I don’t have anyone right now."
The actor also assured Siddharth that he shall take care of his family as well. Sushant wanted to take up farming, and elaborating on the same, Siddarth said, “Sushant said we can do farming and live on a budget.”
Sushant had a farmhouse in Pavna, where the actor used to often go to relax and partake in adventurous activities like trekking, cycling, exercising. “Sushant had said, “ We will go away from all this. We will go to Pavna,” added Siddharth. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Bihar Police Reveals None Of SSR’s SIM Cards Were Registered In His Name; They Are Now Tracking Call Detail Records
Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14, 2020, due to suicide. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Brother-In-Law Vishal Alleges 'It Is Clear' That Rhea Chakraborty Was Seeking Treatment For Him
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