Sushant Singh Rajput was a balanced particular person and he could not have had suicidal tendency, his former girlfriend and co-star Ankita Lokhande informed NDTV in an interview. The actor used to stay completely happy and would compartmentalise his life in five-year targets, she stated. Mr Rajput was discovered lifeless in his Mumbai condominium in June; police stated he died by suicide.
Ms Lokhande and the actor starred in in style tv present “Pavitra Rishta” and dated for years earlier than breaking apart.
“Sushant didn’t have suicidal personality. When he was with me, he used to be happy, he used to keep me happy. He was a very balanced person,” Ms Lokhande stated.
Sushant at all times acquired what he wished from his life, she reminisced.
“He used to plan his life according to his five-year goals. He used to write down his dreams. And after five years, he would always get what he wanted,” she added.
Ms Lokhande stated it’s tough for her to consider that he died by suicide as she knew the actor nicely.
“I had been with him for seven years so I know what his dreams were, how passionate he could be. So, it is very difficult for me to believe (that he died by suicide),” she added.
The Mumbai Police have been investigating if Mr Rajput was affected by despair and had been pushed over the sting after being sidelined within the movie business due to nepotism and cliques. Rhea Chakraborty, who was reportedly relationship him, was amongst some 40 individuals questioned by the police.
Earlier this week, Sushant’s father filed an FIR in Bihar towards Ms Chakraborty for allegedly transferring cash from his account and mentally harassing him.
Ms Chakraborty later moved the Supreme Court, urging that the criticism be transferred to Mumbai from Patna.
“I have immense faith in god and the judiciary. I believe that I will get justice. Even though a lot of horrible things are being said about me on the electronic media, I refrain from commenting on the advice of my lawyers as the matter is sub-judice,” she stated in a video launched by her lawyer on Friday.
The Enforcement Directorate, which investigates monetary crimes, has filed a money-laundering case on Friday over what it known as “suspicious transactions” value Rs 15 crore.