Since the Supreme Court ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to investigate the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, the Special Investigating Team (SIT) are trying their best to understand the truth behind the actor’s mysterious death. Now, in a recent development in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, as per the reports, talent manager Uday Singh Gauri’s calls made on June 13 to SSR are under the CBI lens. These reports come after recent reports stated that SSR went off-grid on the afternoon of June 13.
According to a report in Republic, Uday Singh Gauri called late Sushant Singh Rajput on June 13 about 5 times. The reports state that the talent manager spoke to SSR for 7 minutes in calls he made 5 times on June 13. As per the report, Uday Singh Gauri spoke to Sushant for 368 seconds on June 13. As per the call record data accessed, the report stated that the calls made on June 13 by Uday Singh Gauri have come under the CBI lens.
With the CBI investigating the Sushant Singh Rajput case, and probing angles related to the death of his former talent manager Disha Salian, as per Uday Singh Gauri's CDR records, he also had a conversation with Rhea Chakraborty. The CDR records reveal that Rhea and the talent manager spoke for 649 seconds on June 9, exactly a day after Disha Salian’s demise. On the other hand, sources in the report also suggested that Uday Singh Gauri has close connections with Cornerstone CEO Bunty Sajdeh, the company which Disha worked in.
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Meanwhile, Times Now reported recently that Sushant Singh Rajput went off-grid on the afternoon of June 13. The report stated that SSR attended no calls or responded to any messages from around 2:22 PM in the noon of June 13, exactly a day before his sudden demise. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Actor’s Phone Records Reveals He Went Off-Grid On June 13 Afternoon Post 2:22 PM
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