Sushant Singh Rajput Googled His Name Before His Death; Read Articles About Him - REPORTS

As per a few news reports, late actor Sushant Singh Rajput googled his name and read articles about him before his death

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Sushant Singh Rajput Googled His Name Before His Death; Read Articles About Him - REPORTS
Mumbai Police has been on its toes investigating actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. As per reports in Zee News and Times Of India, the actor supposedly googled his name on his phone before he died due to suicide. Around 10:15 am on June 14, 2020, he googled his name, read a few articles revolving around him as per primary forensic reports shared by the publications. As per these reports, he wrote Sushant Singh Rajput on the web and read articles about him before taking the drastic step. As per reports, the actor often used to discuss with his team, articles published in magazines and newspapers. 

The actor’s post mortem report stated that the actor died due to asphyxia which happens when one hangs himself. The actor was found dead at his Bandra residence; he was 34 when he breathed his last.  Also, several reports have surfaced suggesting that the actor was suffering from depression, he was also undergoing treatment for the same. 

So far Mumbai Police has recorded 28 statements of the people connected with the actor. This includes his family members, close friends, associates from the industry, his team and house staff.


Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden death gave rise to questions about mental health and outsiders not given preference in the industry. The actor’s family in Patna has been visited by many people from the film industry as well as from the political arena. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Demise: Sister Shweta Singh Kirti Shares An Adorable Pic Of SSR With Niece Freyju; It Will Melt Your Heart





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