Union Minister Smriti Irani spoke candidly about the tragic passing of actor Sushant Singh Rajput in a recent interview. She described how his untimely passing affected her and recounted the day she felt numb after learning of SSR’s passing. When the politician-actor said that she had advised Sushant not to commit suicide, she made a startling revelation. Smriti even claimed that when she learned of the actor’s suicide, it was while she was in the middle of a video call.
The Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi actress sobbed as she recalled Neelesh Mishra “The day Sushant died, I was on a trip.” Several people were present. Because I simply couldn’t… I told it to stop. I wondered why he didn’t call me. He ought to have made one call. I had requested that the boy not commit suicide by saying, “Tum yaar maarna mat apne aap ko.” The politician continued by saying that she used to observe Sushant at work on the Mumbai sets next to hers. Even while she was the I&B minister, she once invited the late actor to appear on the IFFI stage.
For those who are unaware, Sushant Singh Rajput died on June 14, 2020, at his Mumbai home. He was 34. SSR was discovered at his Bandra home, hanging from a ceiling fan. There were marks on Sushant Singh’s body, according to Roopkumar Shah, a Cooper Hospital employee who conducted a postmortem on him last year, who stated he didn’t commit suicide. Shah claimed in an interview that the actor had been hit in the eyes and had damaged bones.
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