On Sunday afternoon, Sushant Singh Rajput did the unthinkable. He left the entire nation mourning after hanging himself to death in his room. Ever since the tragedy, the Mumbai police has been investigating on it and taking statements from almost everyone who was in touch with the late actor; be it his family, friends, rumoured partner and ex-partner and his staff. As per a report in Mid Day, Sushant Singh Rajput's house staff was the recent ones to get interrogated. In their shocking statements to the police officials, they revealed how the actor cleared all their dues three days before taking such a drastic help. That wasn't it, as per the report, Sushant went onto say them that he won't be able to take care of them anymore due to financial reasons.
The Mid Day report stated that in response to the Chhichhore actor's statement, his house help said, "Aapne humara humesha dhyaan rakha hai, aap aise mat boliye, humlog kuchh na kuchh kar lenge. (You have always taken care of us. Don't say such things. We will do something)." Something similar was said by Sushant's manager to the Bandra police. He had revealed how the late actor paid his dues three days before his death. A source close to the late actor said Mid Day that he was facing financial troubles because he had lost a couple of projects and didn't have much to do in his kitty.
"He was about to get a contract worth R14 crore for a web series with the help of his former manager, Disha Salian, who also committed suicide on June 8," said the source.
A police officer stated that Sushant Singh Rajput had a conversation with Disha Salian twice in March about some project. Her suicide, however, put him into depression. "As per our investigation, Salian and Rajput spoke to each other twice in March on WhatsApp regarding some project. After that, there was no conversation between them," revealed the cop to the tabloid.
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