Sushant Singh Rajput's demise on June 14, 2020 has left fans shocked. As of now, the CBI is doing an investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death. They have questioned Siddharth Pithani, Neeraj and Dipesh Sawant. Now, a common friend of late Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty has made some disclosures on Times Now. She has said that there was something odd about them as a couple. The woman who has not identified herself said that Rhea Chakraborty believed in the supernatural. In fact, she spoke about the incident of lights flickering in Capri Heights, which apparently caused the late actor some stress.
The woman says that she once told Rhea Chakraborty that flickering of lights could happen due to damp walls. As we know, they affect electrical fixtures at times. She says that Rhea Chakraborty told her that she does not have faith so she does not believe in such things. The woman also claimed that she had heard stories of how drums would roll on the floor above the actor's home though no one lived there. As we know, he shifted to Waterstones Resort near Mumbai Airport for a couple of months. His father, KK Singh in his FIR alleged that she made him leave his Bandra home saying that it was haunted.
Now, Rhea Chakraborty has said that Sushant Singh Rajput fell sick after the tour in Europe. He started hallucinating after seeing a painting of Francisco Goya. The painting was of Saturn Devouring His Sun. It is one of the famous demonic paintings made by the Spanish painter. It was a recreation of that painting. It seems he got afraid and started chanting mantras. After his return, he fell very sick. Then, he was admitted for a week at a Mumbai Hospital for clinical depression, which was later diagnosed as bipolar disorder.
The actor's former staff have categorically said that he never believed in ghosts or any sort of witchcraft. These look like new developments in 2019. We hope that justice prevails in the matter.
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