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Sushant Singh suicide case: Sanjay Leela Bhansali record her statement


Indian famous filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali record the statement to the Mumbai Police regarding the suicide of young actor Sushant Singh Rajput. In which he has made important revelations.

According to Mumbai Police, Sanjay bhansali said that Sushant was under some pressure but he did not know what the pressure was on. Sushant wanted to work with a big banner from the beginning.

Police asked Sanjay Bhansali if he wanted to cast Sushant Singh in his film ‘Ram Leela’, then why not?

 In reply, Sanjay Bhansali said that he had earlier cast Sushant for Ram Leela but he had already signed a contract with Yash Raj, so he replaced Sushant with Ranveer Singh.

On this, the police said that Ranveer Singh had also contracted with someone like that. He replied that only Aditya Chopra and YRF (Yash Raj Films) can decide who can make a film under the contract.

Aditya Chopra deliberately did not allow Sushant to do the film while Ranveer was given the opportunity to work in Bhansali’s film even after the contract.

After that Sanjay Leela was asked about the film Baji Rao Mastani. He said that he wanted to do this film with Sushant but at that time Sushant was doing Aditya Chopra’s film ‘Pani’ so he asked Sushant. Didn’t take it but then later Aditya Chopra didn’t even release her film Pani, thus wasting a whole year of Sushant.

Police further questioned whether there was any pressure on Sushant. In reply, Sanjay Bhansali replied that yes, there was some pressure due to which so many films were taken from him, otherwise films would not be snatched from him.

On the other hand, in the case of Sushant’s suicide, the investigators have also revealed that the cloth used by Sushant for hanging will also be investigated to find out whether the cloth used to carry the same weight as the actor. Was able or not.

According to the Police, the actor used a green cotton gown worn at night to hang himself from a fan.

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