How much did Sushant Singh Rajput earn in last two years? details inside

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 two months 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 which is investigating the case linked to money laundering allegations against prime accused Rhea Chakraborty, her family members and two staffers – Shruti Modi and Samuel Miranda – have come to a firm conclusion that Sushant Singh Rajput was not in any financial problem and neither was he struggling to find work in the Bollywood industry.

How much did Sushant Singh Rajput earn in last two years? details inside
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Sources added that the statement of Jayanti Saha, talent manager of Sushant Singh Rajput working with Kwaan Talent Management agency, disclosed that the late actor earned around Rs 30 to Rs 35 crore in the past couple of years from various projects. The strong claim was also supported through bank documents, as well as statements, according to the agency sources.

Sushant Singh kick-started his career with the Television show Kis Desh Mein Hai Mera Dil and rose to fame with Pavitra Rishta. With Zee Tv show, the star actor ruled the hearts of the people for many years. His rise to fame is obvious with the kind of blockbuster movies he delivered. The man who made a name in the Hindi film industry with films like Kai Po Che, Ms Dhoni The Untold Story, Sonchiriya and more, made a list of 50 dreams that he wanted to fulfill.

He was not only a talented actor but also loved to live his life to the fullest. He owned many luxurious items in his life. The star was extremely fascinated with ‘Space’ where he loved spending time looking at the celestial bodies. He used to talk a lot about the moon, stars, the sun and mysteries of the space.

Sushant Singh was a great believer of the Shiva and often made posts on social media platforms where he talked about the cosmic importance of ‘Om’ and how the universe is all about Lord Shiva.

He owned a ultra expensive telescope that he bought because he always dreamt of seeing the rings of the planet Saturn. When he bought Meade 14″ LX600, the actor took to Instagram to share the news and wrote, “It’s one of the most advanced telescopes in the world and I’m going to be able to see Saturn’s rings through it.”

Sushant also owned a flight simulator, which is usually used for training pilots. After owing one, he took to Instagram and wrote, “#LovingMyDream 1/150 ! ‘GET A FLYING LICENSE !!’ Buying this beauty (Boeing 737 Fixed Base Flight Simulator) to start loving/living my first of 150 dreams; to fly.”

The actor was a bike enthusiast and owned a superbly expensive and stylish BMW K 1300 R motorcycle. Besides his love for bikes, he is also a proud owner of luxury sports car Maserati Quattroporte and a Land Rover Range Rover SUV.

Sushant Singh’s net worth is around 59 crore INR. The star reportedly used to charge between Rs 5-7 crore for a movie. How many of you all know that he is the only Indian actor who bought a piece of land on the moon.

Before him, actor Shah Rukh Khan owns land on the moon that was gifted to him by two Australian female fans.

Sushant Singh bought a piece of lunar land on the far side of the moon in a region called the Mare Muscoviense or the ‘Sea of Muscovy.’ He bought the property from the International Lunar Lands Registry.