The Thalaivi actress has given the names of four people, who are yet to be called by Mumbai Police for questioning. The death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput left the country shaken. His fans and friends and others have since been disappointed. Like many fans, Kangana Ranaut, who is fearless and does not hold back from giving her opinion on any subject since Sushant’s untimely demise, seeks justice for the late actor.
Now Kangana Ranaut has raised a serious question regarding the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. In an interview with Republic TV, Kangana Ranaut revealed the names of four people from the film industry who have not yet been called for questioning about Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. According to the Manikarnika actress, producer Aditya Chopra, filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, filmmaker-producer Karan Johar, and film critic, Rajeev Masand should be called for questioning.
Kangana said, ‘I was not saying that someone wanted Sushant to die, but many wanted him to be ruined. These people are emotional vultures. They want to see people die. To date, Mahesh Bhatt is selling many versions of Parveen Babi’s illness through his films. Why is the Mumbai Police not calling Aditya Chopra, Mahesh Bhatt, Karan Johar, and Rajiv Masand for questioning? Because they are powerful? I have nothing to lose except for this interview. ‘As Kangana also spoke on nepotism without hesitation.
He said, ‘Tomorrow, needy outsiders like Taapsee Pannu, Swara Bhaskar will get up and say that they love this industry. I am just saying that if you love this industry and if you love Karan Johar, then why are you not getting work like Alia or Ananya? Their entire existence is proof of nepotism. There will be articles that prove to me as a crazy person. Next, I know. While Kangana described the Mumbai Police investigation as a ‘sham’. Sushant Singh Rajput died on 14 June and was found dead at his Mumbai residence.
The post-mortem report of the actor stated that he died due to asphyxia, which is due to hanging. The Mumbai Police has so far recorded statements of more than 30 people in Sushant’s suicide case and is investigating further. Recently it was reported that Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh revealed that there was no need for a CBI inquiry in the case of Sushant’s death and mentioned that the police were competent enough to handle such cases.