Sushant Singh Rajput’s unexpected death by suicide took the entire nation by shock. Though the reason behind his death is still unclear, the whole nation has been indicting nepotism for the death of this extremely talented actor. The final postmortem and viscera reports confirmed that Sushant Singh passed away due to asphyxia by hanging and police say Sushant Singh died by suicide at his Bandra apartment in Mumbai.
But the actor’s ardent fans are still speculating something fishy in his death. It has been more than a month since star Bollywood actor passed away but nobody seems to have moved on. Sushant’s fans are still paying him rich tributes on social media with some throwback pictures and heart-melting video clips. Majority of the people think that Sushant didn’t commit suicide as they believe that it is a pre-planned murder.
Meanwhile, the Enforcement Directorate took over the investigation on the basis of an FIR filed by Sushant Singh Rajpit’s father, K.K. Singh, with the Bihar Police. In fact, they took over the money-laundering investigation in July. Recently, close sources in Enforcement Directorate revealed to Times Now that Sushant Singh Rajput had allegedly paid Rs 62 lakhs to a talent management agency that paid Rs 22 lakhs to Sushant Singh’s alleged girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty.
The top sources in the Enforcement Directorate, that is currently investigating the financial angle told Times Now that the actor had allegedly paid Rs 62 lakhs to a talent management agency. Then the ED agency paid 22 lakhs to Rhea Chakraborty. As per previous reports, a company had a contract with Sushant Singh Rajput of Rs 2.05 crore to have events from Assam to Tamil Nadu. Before this deal could happen, the money was reportedly transferred to Rhea Chakraborty’s account.
According to Times Now report, the ED questioned the manager of the talent agency 2 days ago. The ED has also interrogated the actor’s house staff, Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik, the actor’s sister Mitu Singh and others, in association with the money laundering case.