Mumbai Police has recorded Mukesh Chhabra’s statement in connection with Sushant Singh Rajput’s accidental death case.
Mumbai DCP Abhishek Trimukhe released a statement on Mukesh Chhabra’s statement being recorded in connection with Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.
DCP Abhishek Trimukhe recorded the statement of casting director Mukesh Chhabra in connection with Sushant Singh Rajput’s death by suicide. Despite the fact, that Sushant committed suicide that caused his death, there is also an accidental death case registered at Bandra Police Station.
A tweet by ANI read as,
“In connection with an accidental death case registered at Bandra Police Station in #SushantSinghRajput suicide case, casting director Mukesh Chhabra’s statement was recorded today. Chhabra said that he shared good relations with Rajput & he was a good actor: DCP Abhishek Trimukhe”.
On Sushant’s death, Mukesh had written on his Instagram page,
“Dear journalists, reporters, TV channels, it’s a very personal loss. Has left me numb and distraught. Will take me time to overcome. Please do not call/message me. You are adding to my stress. I CAN NOT TALK FOR A FEW DAYS. Thank you. Please.”
On the other hand, check out ANI’s tweet below:
Mukesh Chhabra had also written a eulogy for Sushant on his Instagram page which read as,
“Sushant was like a brother to me, it is so unfortunate and heartbreaking and I cannot even put it down in words. Sushant was an introvert but he was really intelligent and talented beyond words. The industry has lost a gem, an irreplaceable gem. Deeply saddened and shocked. I still can’t believe it. Our endless conversations have come to an abrupt end. I hope you are in a better place my brother, will always miss you and love you. मेरा भाई”.
Mukesh’s directorial debut Dil Bechara is set to be Sushant’s last flick. The movie was set to be released last month but due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the release cannot make it through.