Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death has left everyone across the country in a huge state of shock. The actor who was battling depression from the past few months hung himself to death in his Mumbai residence. As it was a known fact that SSR was rumoured to be dating actress Rhea Chakraborty, it was recently reported that the statement of the actress will be recorded by the Police. Now, according to the latest reports, SSR and rumoured GF Rhea Chakraborty had a fight a few days back.
It was reported by News18 that Sushant Singh Rajput’s rumoured GF Rhea Chakraborty’s statement will be recorded by the police for further investigation in the actor’s suicide case. Now, according to a report in navbharattimes.com, a close friend of Sushant revealed that he was going to get married to his fiancé in November. The report further stated that the friends revealed that the late actor has a quarrel for a few days with his fiancé.
As per the report, Sushant’s fiancé lived with him during the lockdown, but later shifted to her friend’s place. The report stated that according to Sushant’s call records, the late actor had made a phone call to his fiancé, but she didn’t receive his call, after which he went on to call his friend Mahesh Shetty.
Moving on, a News18 report stated that Mumbai Police will be interrogating actress Rhea Chakraborty to record her statement as a part of their investigation. It was mentioned in the report that the Police officials want to know the details of their relationship, the reason behind SSR suffering from depression and what might have triggered him to take such a severe step of taking his life. Meanwhile, Rhea was recently spotted arriving at the hospital and you can see it HERE. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Late Actor's Rumoured GF Rhea Chakraborty To Be Interrogated By Mumbai Police For Her Statement - Reports
Image source: Instagram/ Rhea Chakraborty
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