A lot is being discussed about Sushant Singh Rajput's death. His father filed an FIR against his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and ever since then, many shocking reports are coming to the fore. While all the Kai Po Che actor's fans are demanding a CBI Probe in his case, Manikarnika actress Kangana Ranaut too has been strongly asking the officials to shift the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation. She also called for a war against nepotism once again while talking about Sushant not receiving his due appreciation from the bigwigs of Bollywood. Now, team Kangana Ranaut has once again attacked 'movie mafias'.
In the latest tweet, team Kangana Ranaut has spoken about Sushant Singh Rajput's family friend Smita who in an interview with Republic confirmed that the late actor wanted to leave the industry as he felt suffocated. Team Kangana Ranaut's tweet read, "Sushant’s family and friend Samita has confirmed he wanted to leave the industry he was suffocated and fearful,he kept saying they will kill him and and movie mafia vultures started mental illness campaigns."
Earlier, as Sushant's father filed an FIR against Rhea, Team Kangana Ranaut had requested the Prime Minister of Narendra Modi that norms like nepotism, boycotting and more should also be considered as criminal offences. The tweet read, "we request @PMOIndia this must change, false smear campaigns, nepotism boycotting and banning the talent for no fault of theirs should be a criminal offence as well or else suffering of small town talent in Bully-wood will never end." (Also Read: Inside Video Of Late Sushant Singh Rajput's Empty Flat Goes Viral On The Internet; Fans Ask 'Why Hasn't It Been Sealed?')
'They won't leave me': Sushant Singh Rajput kept telling sister, claims friend Smita https://t.co/WEWFx1RAGR— Republic (@republic) July 31, 2020
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