Sushant Sigh Rajput’s untimely death has taken the entire film industry by a storm and celebrities are mourning the loss of a talented actor. There were several controversies revolving around the Chhichore actor’s lack of films and ultimately, fans believed it was the ‘Nepotism’ that got the best of their favourite actor.
Meanwhile, the police investigation is underway and Mumbai Police has recorded statements of 28 people linked to the late actor.
However, several reports claim that Sushant’s family is unhappy with senior actor Shekhar Suman and SSR’s friend-producer Sandip Ssingh taking advantage of the actor’s death.
Tejashwi Yadav who is the leader of Rashtriya Janata Dal conducted a press conference recently and it was attended by Shekhar and Sandip. This reportedly lead to turning the late actor’s death into a political gimmick just to get mileage. However, during the press conference the party also demanded for CBI injury in the actor's death investigation.
On the contrary, Shekhar Suman recently revealed that Sushant was changing 50 sim cards and groupism in Bollywood.
A Spotboye report quoted the family which read: “Everything is under investigation in Mumbai and giving media byte in Patna under the political banner is just for political mileage. Family is capable enough to demand all this and keep doing and waiting for a police investigation report, hence any kind of politics and political intervention not needed. There are already political people in the family who will take this up.”
Furthermore, the late actor’s family was left uninformed about this press conference held in Patna.
Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police has recorded statements of 28 people linked to the late actor. Yesterday, the Mumbai Police summoned Sushant’s Dil Bechara co-Star Sanjana Sanghi to her record statement. Now, as per reports, Shekhar Kapur’s statement will also be recorded.
For the uninitiated, director Mukesh Chhabra, Sushant’s rumoured girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, Yash Raj Films' casting director Shanoo Sharma, are among those who have already recorded their statements.