Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Kangana Ranaut Has NOT Been Called By Police, Quashes Rumours
Kangana Ranaut made a lot of noise when she released a video post Sushant Singh Rajput’s death

Kangana Ranaut’s social media team has denied reports that the actress will be questioned by Mumbai Police as a part of the investigation of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.

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Reacting to the news piece on Twitter, Kangana’s team shared: “Ms #KanganaRanaut hasn’t received any such request from @MumbaiPolice yet, but as and when she does, she is more than willing to co-operate.”

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Recently, Kangana Ranaut’s team shared a video of the actress where she spoke about Sushant Singh Rajput. “Some people are saying that people who have weak minds get into depression and commit suicide. A person who is a rankholder in engineering entrance, how can his mind be weak? It can be seen from Sushant’s posts that he is clearly begging people to watch his films saying he doesn’t have a godfather and will be thrown out of the industry,” the actress says in Hindi in her video.

Kangana Ranaut in her video bashed journalists for writing blind items on celebrities without taking names. She also questioned whether Sushant Singh Rajput’s death was a “suicide or a planned murder”.

Sushant Singh Rajput died on 14th June. The actor died by suicide. He took the unfortunate step at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. His funeral took place the next day, in presence of close friends and family members.

Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput’s family has stated ‘Nepometer.’ It is an initiative launched on Twitter that seeks to fight nepotism in Bollywood with adequate information.

“Fight Bollywood Nepotism with Information. We will provide rating for movies based on how nepotistic or independent movie crew is. If the #nepometer is high, then it’s time to #boycottbollywoodnepotism #fightnepotism,” reads a tweet describing the app.

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