Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise still sends a shiver down our spine and we are still not able to come to terms with his sudden tragic death. The 34-year-old star had had such a bright future in front of him and a lot of people still cannot believe that the actor with the brightest smile is no more. Sushant’s fans want a CBI inquiry for the case and think that the actor could not have hanged himself and that it was a murder. Just yesterday, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali had been spotted at the Bandra Police station wherein he had been visiting the station for interrogation.
And now as per the latest reports, Mumbai Police have gathered the CCTV footage of the actor’s residential apartments. Yes, as per a report from ANI, the police will now look into the CCTV footage for further investigation into the case. “Police have taken in custody CCTV recordings of the building where Sushant Singh Rajput was staying. No CCTVs were installed at his house. Forensic report awaited: Abhishek Trimukhe DCP (Zone IX), Mumbai Police,” ANI reported on their official Twitter handle. Have a look at their tweet here:
Police have taken in custody CCTV recordings of the building where Sushant Singh Rajput was staying. No CCTVs were installed at his house. Forensic report awaited: Abhishek Trimukhe DCP (Zone IX), Mumbai Police (file pic) pic.twitter.com/VUwbI81cXS
— ANI (@ANI) July 7, 2020
Meanwhile, about 29 celebrities and industry folks have been questioned. It includes his Dil Bechara costar, Sanjana Sanghi, YRF casting director Shanoo Sharma, Rhea Chakraborty, Mukesh Chhabra, his family members, his house staff and his managers.
Meanwhile, a couple of weeks ago, Sushant’s family had released a statement saying, “The world’s Sushant Singh Rajput was simply Gulshan to us. He was free-spirited, talkative and incredibly bright. He was curious about just everything. He dreamed without restraints and chased those dreams with the heart of a lion. He smiled generously. He was the pride and inspiration of the family. His telescope was his most prized possession, through which he fondly gazed at the stars.”