Kangana Ranaut has gone all out in the fight for justice for actor Sushant Singh Rajput. While the actor died by suicide on June 14 2020, professional rivalry and many other angles are being probed in the case. Kangana had demanded the Mumbai Police to summon some A-lister names of Bollywood like Mahesh Bhatt, Karan Johar, Aditya Chopra among others, post which the same names were called for interrogation by the police.
Kangana’s team has now taken a jibe at Deepika Padukone in connection to Sushant’s case. Sharing a tweet, Kangana Ranaut Team on Twitter wrote: “Bollywood’s 'repeat after me' gang, depression ka dhanda chalane wale should be remanded @deepikapadukone.”
Besides, Kangana is also uncovering various angles in Sushant’s case. Her team shared a tweet that claimed Sushant followed Alia Bhatt on twitter. Reacting to the tweet, her team wrote that Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty was handling the late actor’s social media accounts. “Need CBI for Sushant, Rhea had all his gadgets, must be an instruction from Mahesh Bhatt to follow Alia, so many of his posts were deleted #JusticeforSushantSingRajput #WhyfearCBIforSushant”
Meanwhile, Rhea Chakraborty has come under the scanner after Sushant Singh Rajput's father K K Singh registered an FIR complaint against Rhea Chakraborty and five other people for abetment of suicide at Rajiv Nagar Police Thana in Patna. Sushant’s father alleged that Rhea took money from Sushant and instigated him to commit suicide.
Reportedly, Rhea and five other individuals have been booked under IPC Section 306 (Abetment of suicide), Sec 341 (Punishment for wrongful restraint), Sec 342 (Punishment for wrongful confinement), Sec 380 (Theft in dwelling house), Sec 406 (Punishment for criminal breach of trust), and Sec 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property).
However, before the Bihar Police could meet Rhea, the actress went missing from her Mumbai residence. According to a report in Times Now, Rhea has not come in contact with the Bihar Police because she wants to file an anticipatory bill against the FIR.
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