Sushant had a WhatsApp chat on June 2 with his friend KUSHAL, it shows he was having trouble with someone or something

Sushant Singh Rajput’s passing away has left everyone in a state of shock across the country, including his best friend Kushal Zaveri. Old videos and photos of the late actor are now being circulated widely on social media.

The untimely death of Sushant Singh came as a shock to many, including Kushal Zaveri. Zaveri was shocked after hearing the news of Sushant’s demise.

Meanwhile, the actor’s friend Kushal Zaveri has shared his last Whatsapp chats with the late actor. I am sure the actor’s new WhatsApp chat with friend Kushal Zaveri will make you emotional. In the chat, Sushant appeared positive about his journey and future. The texts are from June 2, 2020, 12 days before his death which is becoming quite viral on the internet at the moment.

Kushal revealed that Sushant had messaged him on June 1 to ask about his well-being. He had written to him, “How are you bhai? I hope you are healthy and rocking. Miss you. Jai Shiv Shambho. Sushant.” Kushal had replied to him the next day, “Glad to hear from you bhai. Healthwise all is well but the struggle is for everyone and I am no exception. Hope all is good with you bhai.”

Within a span of five minutes, Sushant told Kushal that he is trying to grow spiritually. His message read, “Yes bhai, working on myself spiritually and trying to grow. Whenever I introspect I really miss our golden days together. How precious they are. I just wanna say that work that we did together are something we should be proud of and find ways to continue with it and that we are always together. Pls give my love to sid too and tell him that I miss him a lot. Much love.”

The 34-year-old actor died by suicide on June 14 at his Bandra residence. It has been 2 months since Sushant Singh Rajput left for his heavenly abode but the pain in fans’ hearts is very much the same.

Now, Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case has finally been handed over to the CBI after Mumbai police failed completely to crack the case.

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