Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying has raised many questions and Mumbai police are investigating the case. So much has been spoken about his private {and professional} life. Now, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has written an editorial piece in Saamana the place he slammed media of celebrating Sushant’s demise as a ‘festival’ and in addition revealed how the actor was being thought-about for George Fernandes’s biopic however it didn’t occur. He went on in charge Sushant’s melancholy as the explanation behind him not getting shortlisted for the biopic. Making claims, he added that after biopic on Balasaheb Thackeray, they determined to make a biopic on George Fernandes. Also Read – Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide Case Update: Mumbai Police Interrogates 27 People, To Question Dil Bechara co-star Sanjana Sanghi on Monday

In his editorial piece, he wrote, “We had shortlisted 2-3 actors for it. Sushant was one of them. But I was informed that despite being a talented actor he is not mentally stable right now. He is in depression. He behaves weirdly on the set that creates a problem for everyone. Some people in the industry say Sushant himself destroyed his career.”

The MP additionally claimed that the Chhichhore actor was in isolation for a couple of days and was ‘mentally not stable’. He additional claimed, “Due to failure, he committed suicide at his Bandra residence. This has exposed the mafia system and nepotism of Bollywood.”

Calling Sushant’s dying a ‘plain suicide’, he mentioned that it was not a homicide citing at his melancholy, films he had in his kitty, his lease of the Bandra residence and automobiles are sufficient to show that he was financially secure.

Speaking on celebrities voicing their opinion on the continuing nepotism debate, he mentioned, “Kangana Ranaut exposed the face of nepotism in Bollywood, Sonu Nigam also raised his voice. But point to be noted is that new people do come in this industry, they make a name for themself, only hard work is that matters here. The struggle is a part, people who stay and continue with their efforts, make a name for themselves.”

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