Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely demise has not only shocked everyone in this nation but also created a stir in the media. The actor ended his life on June 14 by hanging himself in his Bandra residence. It was reported that he was battling with depression for the last six months. Due to which, the police are rigorously investigating the matter to know what made him take this drastic step. Till now, his father, sisters, Rhea Chakraborty, friend and reportedly roommate Siddharth Pithani and the recent one Sandip Ssingh were interrogated by the police. Apart from this, the latest news we have heard is that the actor's family friend Nilotpal has sent a letter to the Police, urging them to interrogate Sandip Ssingh over the late actor's deleted Instagram posts.
According to a report in India TV, it is said that his friend has written a letter to Mumbai Police which states that the producer and friend Ssingh is giving a clean chit to the Bollywood people on whom the finger has been raised in the past few days. Nilotpal future wrote that Sandip is doing this under pressure from someone in the industry as he has to build his future in Bollywood. Citing this reason, Nilotpal has requested the Police to check Sandip's phone to know if he has tampered with Sushant's social media accounts and to check his call records as well.
Speaking about the same, on June 25, veteran actor and BJP MP Roopa Ganguly also shared a video on Twitter where she was heard saying that Rajput's Instagram handle is being operated by someone. The actress alleged that posts are being deleted from social media and someone is trying to tamper the evidence. She wrote a tweet that read, “If this is true then I must admit that it is quite unsettling as this implies evidence tampering. How long do we wait for transparency in this case? when will CBI intervene?”
Meanwhile, just recently, Sandip dropped the first look poster of Vande Bharatam which was supposed to star Sushant Singh Rajput. He also mentioned to complete the film and release it in SSR's memory.
Image source: Instagram/ officialsandipssingh
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