In the Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case, the police is questioning several celebs and others related to them. In this sequence, Mumbai Police also called film critic Rajiv Masand for questioning in this case. Subsequently, the film Critic arrived at Bandra Police Station on Tuesday afternoon, where he assisted in the police investigation and is recording his statement. In fact, Rajiv Masand was also being accused on social media.
Rajeev Masand is not concerned with getting the actor to get the film or not, but is accused of not reviewing many of Sushant’s films and giving them a low rating. At the same time, there have also been allegations of favoritism with the actor. In such a situation, now the police have questioned him to take the lead in the case. The police has called many people to the police station for statements so far in this case, in which many things have come to light.
Mumbai: Film critic Rajeev Masand arrives at Bandra police station to record his statement in connection with actor Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide case. pic.twitter.com/8XoQ3hwwzt
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Earlier, police have also recorded statements of Sushant’s friend Riya Chakraborty, friend Sandeep Singh, film Dil Bechara’s co-star Sanjana Sanghi, flatmate Siddharth Pithani, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and many others. A media report recently revealed that the actor was taking depression medicines and according to the statement of his special friends, it is learned that Sushant Singh had stopped taking medicines before the alleged suicide. Police sources say that the actor was deeply disturbed by the news of Disha Salian’s death.
Debate has spread on social media
Where the police are investigating the cause of another suicide. At the same time, there is a debate on social media about nepotism and favoriteism. Earlier social media users were taking part in this debate, but now many superstars have also joined it. There is a fierce debate between Kangana Ranot and Tapsee Pannu and many actors have also come forward in support of Tapsee and Kangana.