In what seems to be a turn-around, Sushant Singh Rajput’s family has now filed an FIR against actress Rhea Chakraborty. It is the first time since the family went public and took any step to investigate the matter of Sushant’s death. In a 6 page FIR, Sushant’s father has put almost 16 serious allegations against actress Rhea Chakraborty who was also actor’s alleged girlfriend.
Sushant’s father, K.K.Singh, in the FIR has alleged that Rhea Chakraborty took money from Sushant. He claims that she exploited Sushant financially and compelled him to commit suicide. “Rhea forced Sushant to take wrong medicines and told everyone that he has dengue”, the FIR stated. Sushant’s father further alleged that Sushant was kept hostage and that he feared he would be taken to an asylum. K.K.Singh has also named 6 other family members of actress Rhea Chakraborty in the FIR.
Before this, actress Rhea Chakraborty had posted on Instagram asking Home Minister Amit Shah to initiate a CBI enquiry into the matter. She said that she has been getting rape threats after Sushant’s death. Now, with an FIR being filed against her, the mystery around Sushant’s death has intensified. A four-member team of Patna Police has left for Mumbai to investigate the case.
Justice for Sushant
It has been a month since Sushant died by suicide. However, his fans don’t seem calm as they demand a just and fair enquiry to find the reason behind actor’s death. Many actors like Shekhar Suman have joined in the protest to demand a CBI enquiry in the matter. Till date, almost 40 people belonging to the film industry have been called in to record their statements. This includes director-producer Sanjay Leela Bhansali, director Mukesh Chhabra, film critic Rajeev Masand, casting director Shanoo Sharma and many others.
Apart from this, a huge controversy around ‘Nepotism’ has also sparked in Bollywood. After Sushant’s death, many reports surfaced on the internet claiming he was not treated well in the industry and that he committed suicide because he lost 7 films in six months. Following this, actors like Kangana Ranaut, Ranvir Shorey and others blamed the film industry for their ignorance of talent and giving undue fame to star kids.