Sushant Singh Rajput’s Dil Bechara co-star Sanjana was investigated at Bandra police headquarters for around seven hours. Mumbai: Mumbai Police will record the announcement of producer Shekhar Kapur as a major aspect of examination concerning the passing of entertainer Sushant Singh Rajput.
The police likewise recorded the announcement of Sanjana Sanghi, Sushant’s co-star in ‘Dil Bechara’, the on-screen character’s last film which is scheduled for a computerized discharge on July 24. Sanjana was grilled at Bandra police headquarters for around seven hours.
Shekhar Kapur’s announcement will be recorded in an offer to get for a more clear picture in regards to the late Sushant Singh Rajput’s life as an on-screen character in the film business. The movie producer has gotten critical for the police since he was to coordinate the driven ‘Paani’ featuring Sushant at one point for Yash Raj Films (YRF), and furthermore on the grounds that he tweeted a solid worded supposition after the on-screen character’s passing, implying that others in the film business may have needed to fault for the end and not Sushant himself.
‘I knew the torment you were experiencing. I knew the narrative of the individuals that let you down so terrible that you would sob on my shoulder. I want to be around the most recent a half year. I wish you had connected with me. What befell you was their Karma. Not yours,’ Kapur had tweeted.
Mumbai Police had before gotten a duplicate of Sushant’s agreement with YRF. The agreement uncovered a three-film bargain for the on-screen character, offered by the creation house. As per a report in indiatoday.in, the agreement uncovered that Sushant was to be paid Rs 30 lakh for his first film, Rs 60 lakh for his subsequent film and Rs 1 crore for his third film with the flag, gave the subsequent discharge was a triumph in the cinema world. The report said that YRF claimed all authority to choose if the film being referred to was a triumph or not.
The India Today site included that Sushant’s first film with YRF was ‘Shuddh Desi Romance’ in 2013. He was paid Rs 30 lakh for the film, as indicated by contract. His second YRF discharge was ‘Criminologist Byomkesh Bakshy!’ in 2015, for which he was paid Rs 1 crore.
As indicated by contract, Sushant’s third film with YRF was to be Shekhar Kapur’s ‘Paani’ yet the film apparently pursued into unpleasant climate Kapur had contrasts with the creation house.
Sushant finished his agreement in 2015 and selected to work with different standards, as indicated by the site. The late on-screen character’s sister Meetu and her better half, and the late entertainer’s companion, on-screen character Mahesh Shetty, additionally met the police on Tuesday.