Sushant was suffering from clinical depression for the last six months that could be a reason for him committing suicide. Along with the nation, few cricketers mourn Sushant Singh Rajput, the talented young actor.
Seems He was undergoing treatment at Hinduja Hospital. He consumed a glass of juice at 10 am on Sunday morning and after that locked himself up in his room. After the domestic help arrived and knocked repeatedly at his door, there was no response. The neighbors were called for help who soon called the police.
The police broke in and found him hanging using a bed sheet. He was wearing a plain black T-shirt and a boxer. His family was informed who arrived from Patna. The post-mortem took place in Cooper Hospital, Mumbai. Reports say he died in between 10.30- 11.30 am on Sunday. He also tested negative for Corona.
Sushant had been prescribed depression pills which he had not taken for the passt few days. He had completely cut off conversation with family and friends. Three days ago, he had called up his home, in Patna and told the domestic help to take utmost care of his father with the ongoing corona pandemic.
Later on, he had called his close friend Mahesh Shetty, who is also an actor. The call was made after 12 am on Sunday. The police will be recording his statement. No suicide note was found after his body was discovered.
The Suicide of the young actor has caused a stir across the country. Mental depression is being openly recognized and given utmost importance. Fame and stardom too were not able to seep in the depression the talented actor faced.
The sudden death of the Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput has shocked everyone. Not only did the young actor had many fans owing to his charm, but he had also performed wonderfully well in some of the superhit movies. After the news broke, the cricketers mourn Sushant. The whole country has come together paying their last tribute to the actor.
The 34-year-old actor killed himself on Sunday at his residence in Bandra. He was found hanging in his house, as reported by the Mumbai Police. The actor had previously played the lead in the former captain of India, Dhoni’s biopic, “M.S. Dhoni- The Untold Story.”
Sushant’s story remained untold. He was suffering from clinical depression and undergoing treatment. His closed ones know him as a cheerful person. The whole country has just one question to ask, Why Sushant?
The sports-persons joined the mourning
Soon after the news broke, cricketers and sportspeople joined the nation in mourning the star. Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Anil Kumble, Yuvraj Singh and many others tweeted for the actor.
“Shocked and sad to hear about the loss of Sushant Singh Rajput. Such a young and talented actor. My condolences to his family and friends. May his soul RIP,” Sachin said.
“Shocked to hear about Sushant Singh Rajput. This is so difficult to process. May his soul RIP and may God give all the strength to his family and friends,” Virat Kohli tweeted.
“Shocked and saddened to hear about the death of #SushantSinghRajput Condolences to his family and friends. A talented actor gone too soon,” Anil Kumble said.
“I really can’t believe this! Someone so young and successful?? We actually don’t know what goes on the inside, while it looks completely different from the outside! Broken heart #RIPSushantSinghRajput,” Yuvraj Singh tweeted.
“Sushant you said we would play tennis together one day .. you were so full of life and laughs .. spreading smiles everywhere you went.. we didn’t even know you were hurting this bad the world will miss you .. shaking while I write this .. RIP my friend,” Sania Mirza said.
Rohit Sharma, Vijender Singh and Saina Nehwal also paid their tribute for the Kai Po Che actor.
Along with the cricketers mourn for Sushant, the Prime Minister of India tweeted and paid his tribute for the actor.
He wrote, “Sushant Singh Rajput…a bright young actor gone too soon. He excelled on TV and in films. His rise in the world of entertainment inspired many and he leaves behind several memorable performances. Shocked by his passing away. My thoughts are with his family and fans. Om Shanti.”
“He has committed suicide at his residence in Bandra. Our team is there,” Manoj Sharma, Additional Commissioner of Police, Western Region, reported.
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