Senior psychiatrist reveals the Dil Bechara actor had bipolar disorder

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise left many questions and a huge void in everyone’s life. The actor’s frame of mind has been one of the most talked-about things in the recent past. Everyone wants to know what led the actor to such a tragic end. His death is currently under investigation. Police are trying to find whether his demise had a direct link with anyone or anything. About 30 celebs have been questioned until now. And recently, Sushant’s psychiatrist Dr Kersi Chavda was interrogated. Now, as per the report in Mid-Day, a senior doctor from a leading hospital has confirmed to the cops that the Chhichhore actor was suffering from bipolar disorder. Other doctors said that he was leading a stressful life but never stated any particular reason for his depression. The doctors revealed that Sushant never visited them after two or three visits. Also Read – Tuesday Trivia: Did you know Sushant Singh Rajput’s Dil Bechara costar, Sanjana Sanghi, had debuted alongside Ranbir Kapoor?

“The actor used to change his doctors after two to three visits. He has not visited the three psychiatrists more than three times each. The doctor he last visited had given him some medicines for the disease he was diagnosed with but the actor took them for about two months. He had consulted the psychiatrist over the phone during lockdown but he did not follow his advice,” an officer told Mid-Day under the condition of being anonymous. Also Read – Trending Entertainment News Today: Salman Khan targeted again by memers, reel-life Sushant Singh Rajput found

DCP Abhishek Trimukhe, Zone IX, revealed, “The Bandra police have recorded the statements of the three psychiatrists and one psychotherapist with respect to Sushant’s death.” Also Read – Nakuul Mehta REACTS to Kangana Ranaut’s fiery interview on Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide; asks, ‘Making someone’s demise your hashtag is called normal?’

As per the report, Sushant had stopped taking medicines after one or two months. “Such a disease requires proper medical attention and some medicines need to be taken for almost nine to 11 months. In some cases, they are required for a lifetime. But Sushant stopped taking the medicines when he started to feel better,” one of the psychiatrists told the police in his statement.

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