It’s hard to believe that Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput is no longer with us. The actor committed suicide by hanging himself at his place on Sunday (June 14).
He was battling clinical depression since the past six months. His sudden demise has left the industry and fans in a state of shock. Fans have flooded Instagram and Twitter with their messages for the late actor.
Sushant’s funeral took place at Pawan Hans crematorium, Vile Parle on Monday (June 15). His father and two sisters arrived from Patna to attend his last rites.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s didn’t tweet anything before committing suicide
Now, Sushant’s fans have trended hashtag #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput and have dug out some tweets. As per Twitter users, the actor tweeted during the wee hours of June 14 just a few hours before he committed suicide but later deleted those tweets.
The tweet reads, “We men are not asked about our health, our mental state, our lives, our thoughts. We are not treated that way. I know I have been through a lot lately. I have been tired of trying so hard. It’s been a long journey with you people. I don’t know why I’m tweeting this..”
The other tweet read, “I have fought back hard with life. I will be deleting these tweets in a while so just some of you know that I’m done with mediocre success. I don’t want fame anymore. Its all so peaceful yet so disturbing to handle (sic).”
The last tweet reads, “I’m ending all this for good. Going far yet so close to you people. Maybe after this people try to communicate with others rather than holding onto the thoughts. See ya at the other side. Goodbye (sic).”
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However, there has been no confirmation on the same, and Sushant’s team has confirmed with that these screenshots are fake.
On the professional front, Sushant Singh Rajput was last seen in ‘Drive’ opposite Jacqueline Fernandez. His upcoming film ‘Dil Bechara’ was slated to hit the silver screens in May 2020. However, it got delayed due to the COVID-19 crisis.