Sushant Singh Rajput suicide: House help uncovers actor cleared dues 3 days before committing suicide

Sushant Singh Rajput took a drastic step to end his life on 14 June 2020. The disappearance of the actor was a huge shock for the industry and especially for his fans. The police investigate his death and take into account various factors such as clinical depression and its treatment, professional rivalry, prohibition of filming, etc. The police are investigating his death. According to Midi's report, the actor, before taking his own life, had settled all his debts and even paid the housekeepers and the manager. He went on to say that he will no longer be able to maintain them for financial reasons.

One of Sushant Singh Rajput's leaders told the Bandra police that he had paid his debts three days before he took his own life. The report states that a similar statement was given to the housekeeper of the actor of Chhichhore who had then said to the actor: "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're going to do something).

A source told Mid-Day that the actor of MS Dhoni: The Untold Story had encountered financial difficulties because he had lost projects and didn't have many. "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.

A senior officer revealed that Sushant had spoken to Disha Salian twice in March about a project and that his suicide had plunged him into depression. "According to our investigation, Salian and Rajput spoke twice in March on WhatsApp about a project. After that, there was no further conversation between them".

Regarding the fact that Sushant is no longer taking his medication, a police officer in Bandra said that the doctor issued a statement saying that he was feeling better and stopped taking medication 45 days ago. "We only took the primary details from the doctor, a detailed statement was not recorded. It will be registered soon. For the moment, there are no claims of financial problems on the part of the family".

The director of Dil Bechara recorded his statement in which he said he was not aware of the actor's depression. "He was a very smart actor and a very reserved person. He never shared his personal information with me and that's why I don't realize he was depressed. I don't know what films were taken away from him or if he refused them".

Meanwhile, the cops are scanning the journals the actor wrote daily. They have found several things but nothing that suggests his drastic approach for the moment. In addition, Sushant's managers, Siddharth Pithani and Deepesh Sawant, told the police that the actor called them at home because he wanted to complete Project 151.

A housekeeper told the police that the actor regretted not being able to send his children to NASA. "He was very optimistic about his dream project. Sometimes he was very sad not to be able to send his children to NASA".

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