Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14, leaving everyone in disbelief. From fans to the Indian film industry, everyone expressed their grief and mourned over his death. While several fans have been taking to social media to pay tribute to their favourite actor, on the other hand, the police are leaving no stone unturned in the investigation as no suicide note was found at his Bandra residence. After Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, his friend and reportedly roommate Siddharth Pithani has been called to the police station for interrogation. This time, he was called for the third time to record his statement.
Sushant Singh Rajput and his friend Pithani reportedly were sharing the same apartment in Bandra, Mumbai for the last few months. A little while ago, a paparazzo spotted Siddharth at the Bandra Police Station for his interrogation for the third time. According to reports, Siddharth has recorded his statement, however, the details of the interrogation have not been revealed. Meanwhile, Rhea’s 10-hour long interrogation details were revealed and during her session with the police, she confirmed that she was in a relationship with Sushant and that she indeed was living with Sushant at his Carter Road penthouse which he had rented along with his friend, Siddharth Pithani.
Rhea had also mentioned a fight related to his friend Siddharth staying with them and hence she left the actor's house which was just a week before he took his own life. Sushant’s sudden death has shaken the nation as people were mourning his death, many social media users have been blaming some Bollywood biggies for not acknowledging SSR as one of them. Nonetheless, during his last rites, some of his friends and colleagues were seen attending his funeral. His ashes have been immersed by the actor's father and sisters at his hometown Patna.
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