Apurva Asrani: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Career Was Written Off


For the last one month, we all have been witnessing false stories about Sushant committing suicide due to depression. But the fact is that he was murdered.

If you look deep into the matter, it’s a clear case of murder that especially looks evident after looking at various things related with the case. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: Aditya Chopra Questioned For Four Hours by Mumbai Police

Many eminent celebrities have come forward to join the bandwagon to give justice for Sushant. The demise of Sushant has exposed the Bollywood industry.

The big mafia gang that operates inside Bollywood worked in the same manner as it had worked earlier. In Sushant’s case, its being cited that his career was written off. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide Case: No CCTV Camera Found in The Late Actor’s House

It was none other than Apurva Asrani who gave a clear message to all of his fans out there. He said that fans need to continue their agitation on social media to help the late actor getting justice.

This is what Apurva Asrani disclosed about getting the justice to Sushant, #SushantSinghRajput was called a skirt chaser, falsely accused in a #metoo case, labelled problematic at work & his career written off. Also Read: Dil Bechara: Friend Mukesh Chhabra Remembers Sushant Singh Rajput’s Beautiful Smile

We watched silently. Days later, he was found dead by hanging. Now many are eager to label him ‘unstable’. Don’t be silent now. Talk about this,” Apurva shared.

On the other hand, Mumbai police continues to investigate the matter. As of now, police has interrogated with as many as 30 people so far. Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide Case: Twitterati Demand A CBI Probe Into the Case

Some of the popular names in the list of 30 people include Rhea Chakraborty, Saanjay Leela Bhansali, Mahesh Shetty, Aditya Chopra including Sushant’s cook who has also been interrogated by the police.


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