While investigations continue into the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, the police reportedly grilled Rhea Chakraborty in a 9-hour-long interrogation. Surprisingly, details from her statement have leaked and are now going viral online. From the actress admitting that they a 2020 wedding was on the cards, to confessing that they fought days before the actor ended his life, to revealing they had a calendar full of films, Rhea reportedly shared all the details with the cops.
Shraddha Kapoor shared a moving post for dear her ‘Chhichhore’ co-star and shared some of the fondest memories she shared with him. Besides sharing the most adorable photos from the sets, she said, “He was mesmerized by the simplest things and would muse on them in a genius way…! He was truly, One of a kind… I’ll miss you.. dearest Sush…Shine on…”
Actor Mahesh Shetty, who happened to be one of the last people Sushant called, also spilled his heart in a social media post, remembering his dear friend of 13 years. Besides opening up about their happy times together, he also couldn’t help but wonder if the situation would have been different, had his last call come through.
With the long-awaited discussion of mental health finally thrown open, who better than Deepika Padukone to take their conversation forward? Doing her bit to de-stigmatise the topic, the actress has taken to her handle to encourage fans to follow her lead. Repeat after me, “Depression is any other illness. Depression is not the same as sadness. Feeling depressed is not the same as feeling sad.”
Early this week, actor Ali Fazal also bid goodbye to his mother. While requesting fans and the media for privacy during this sad time, the most touching tribute to the lovely lady came from daughter-in-law to be Richa Chadha. Sharing an adorable photo of Ali with his mom, Richa penned a heartfelt note that read, “Aunty, you left us yesterday… but you will always be around… I will always remember you as a lady ahead of her time… a voracious reader, feminist and cupcake lover. I promise to take care of your son… hope you find your peace…”
Script by : Karen Pereira
Voice over by : Shirley Thachil
Edited by: Yogesh Jaiswar