The mysterious death of Sushant Singh Rajput
The mysterious death of Sushant Singh Rajput
How the demise of a rising star went from a tragedy to sensational Tinseltown controversy and now the subject of a Supreme Court-monitored CBI probe.
Suhani SinghKiran TareAmitabh Srivastava
New Delhi August 22, 2020
ISSUE DATE: August 31, 2020UPDATED: August 22, 2020 10:21 IST
Sushant Singh Rajput
The twists and turns in the Sushant Singh Rajput case would outfox even the most skilled of Bollywood’s storytellers. The death of the 34-year-old actor at the height of his popularity stunned the country. His fans thought it was a suicide brought on by immense inner mental torment, an affliction he hid from the world. Then, as the drama unfolded amid a pandemic and a lockdown, an army of warriors started playing detective on social as well as conventional media. These self-appointed sleuths first billed his death as an outcome of the “movie mafia” in Mumbai filmdom, denying talented outsiders such as Sushant their due. Then, after an unexplained hiatus of 40 days, Sushant’s family alleged foul play. The spotlight then shifted to Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and her family, whom Sushant’s father Krishna Kishore Singh accused of siphoning off Rs 15 crore from his account and having abetted his suicide. In between, a convoluted potboiler began to simmer, one involving the death of Disha Salian, Sushant’s manager briefly, a few actors and a political battle between two states and their police machinery. Suddenly, the word ‘murder’ began doing the rounds. On August 19, the case took its most dramatic turn when the
Picture of Happiness, Sushant and Rhea seen together in Mumbai on July 7 last year
Supreme Court, acting on Rhea’s petition challenging an investigation by the Bihar police, handed over the probe to the Central Bureau of Investigation. The CBI must now find answers to the questions that have haunted headlines more than two months after Sushant died.
A Hero’s Farewell, Sushant’s fans take out a candlelight march for him in Patna on June 16
Last Rite, Sushant’s family immerses his ashes in the Ganga in Patna
What is the evidence that Sushant took his own life?
Nothing on June 14 suggested that the day would be any different for Sushant, who stayed on the sixth floor of a duplex apartment in the Mount Blanc housing society of Bandra in Mumbai. Around 8 am, he asked his domestic help Neeraj for a glass of cold water. For breakfast, he asked his cook Keshav to give him coconut water, juice and bananas. He didn’t have the bananas. When Keshav went to ask him around 10 am what he wanted for lunch, he found the room locked. Assuming that Sushant wanted to sleep till late, everyone let him be. But when the actor did not open the door or answer the calls of Siddharth Pithani, his creative content manager and flatmate since January 2020, the staff grew concerned enough to hunt for a key and alert Sushant’s sister Meetu, who lives in Mumbai suburb Goregaon, 16 km away. They decided that the lock had to be broken. Around 1 pm, a local locksmith broke the lock to the door. But rather than go into the room immediately, Pithani paid the locksmith Rs 2,000 and saw him off. He then came back, and went into Sushant’s room, with house manager Dipesh Sawant and Neeraj following him. It was then that they found Sushant hanging from the ceiling fan.
Pithani says he brought the body down, severed the green kurta Sushant had used to hang himself and tried to revive him. Sushant’s sister Meetu, too, had reached by then. There was no suicide note, a fact that has fuelled some controversy. The Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in Kalina ruled out homicide in its report as nothing in the samples suggested foul play. FSL sources say the “tests of nails and the stomach wash showed no struggle or poisoning, respectively”. The post-mortem report reached a similar conclusion, listing the cause of death as “asphyxia due to hanging”. Based on the half-open eyelids, secretion of semen on the shorts, the viscera report and the contents of the stomach, the forensic experts concluded that there is no foul play.
However, on July 25, almost six weeks after Sushant’s death, his father K.K. Singh filed a complaint with the Patna police, stating that he suspected foul play. The family’s advocate, Vikas Singh, outlined the family’s reasons for suspicion. For one, they characterise Pithani’s behaviour with the locksmith as peculiar. “Normally, you would open the door first before seeing the locksmith off. Why was he sent away first?” he asks. Singh cites other alleged inconsistencies in the Mumbai police probe following the actor’s death. The Mumbai police say Sushant climbed on to his bed to hang himself. Singh argues that at six feet, Sushant was tall enough to touch the fan if he stood on his bed. According to him, when people want to hang themselves, they stand on a stool, slip the noose around their neck and then fling the stool away. Sushant, Singh adds, would have had to be in an inclined position to hang himself; even so he’d still have the support of the bed.
Dr Harsh Sharma, director, State Forensic Science Laboratory at Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, who has investigated over 800 suicide deaths, dismisses his claim. He told YouTube channel Crime Tak that once the noose is tied around the neck and connected to the anchor point, whether a person is standing, sitting or kneeling, the neck is compressed and all impulses to the brain are cut off, sending the body into a state of paralysis. The lack of bruises and abrasions on Sushant’s body and the half-open eye were typical of suicidal hanging, he added.
Did Sushant suffer from a serious mental disorder?
Sushant’s family now even questions the Mumbai police’s initial conclusion that the actor had a serious mental illness that could have led to him taking his life. That Sushant’s interests extended beyond cinema is well-established. On his Instagram, one was more likely to find nuggets on his progress with 50 dream projects, navel-gazing or insights on astronomy than film-related posts. What would push a man with so many interests to take this tragic step?
Rhea Chakraborty, who describes herself as his “live-in partner”, believes Sushant had been suffering from a serious mental disorder for the past eight months. She recalls that she first noticed it when she, Sushant and her brother Showik had taken a trip to Europe in October 2019. Rhea told officials investigating the case that the first episode occurred in a hotel room in Florence after they had seen the Goya painting, ‘Saturn Devouring His Son’. Sushant, she said, was shaken and had hallucinated over the next few days. His condition got serious enough for them to cut short their trip. Between November and December 2019, Sushant and Rhea consulted Mumbai-based clinical psychologist and psychotherapist Dr Susan Walker Moffat, who diagnosed the actor as having a bipolar disorder. In a video statement shared with YouTube channel Mojo Story, Moffat said Sushant was “suffering terribly during his bouts of depression and hypomania”. Moffat was one of at least four doctors Sushant reportedly consulted till March 2020. Rhea also revealed that she consulted Moffat for her own battle with anxiety and panic attacks.
In an August 1 interview to Aaj Tak television channel, Sushant’s help Neeraj said the actor appeared to be ‘down’ ever since returning from his Europe trip. He also said that no party took place on the night before the suicide, as was alleged in some circles; Sushant barely stepped out during the lockdown.
In a June 18 post on Facebook that she later deleted, Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti wrote, “I know you were in a lot of pain and I know you were a fighter and you were bravely fighting it.” On August 3, Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh told the media that their inquiries had established Sushant as suffering from ‘depression’. Pithani was witness to more telltale signs of Sushant’s fragile mental state. The actor had asked him in January to urgently come to Mumbai (from Ahmedabad) and work with him. He told Pithani that he wanted to quit acting. “He said I don’t have anyone right now,” Pithani recalls. In a video interview to Zoom, he said the news of Disha Salian’s death on June 9 affected Sushant so much that he cried and even fainted. “He was upset about his name being used again and again,” Pithani said.
The Rajput family lawyer Singh denies all these allegations. “Sushant did not have any mental health issues till the end of 2019,” he told india today. “If he was feeling depressed after 2019 or had any issues, Rhea is responsible for it.”
Could mental illness have led Sushant to commit suicide?
Question Round: Rhea arrives with brother Showik for ED interrogation in Mumbai on Aug. 15
There were reports from some quarters that Sushant’s mental torment was a result of the setbacks he faced in his career apart from discrimination in the industry. And it was this pressure that finally got to him. It is true that over the years, two big projects, that were particularly dear to Sushant and in which he had made considerable creative and physical investments, did fall through. One was Shekhar Kapur’s Paani, which was shelved after differences between Kapur and producer Aditya Chopra, and the other was Chandamama Door Ke, a space drama for which Rajput had visited the US Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, for training. Serial entrepreneur Varun Mathur, Sushant’s partner in his other company, Innsaei Ventures, started in 2018, cited a conflict of dates as the reason why the actor left the film.
But despite these prominent setbacks, Sushant regularly received offers of new roles in films. Rumi Jaffrey was going to direct a romantic comedy featuring him and Rhea. National Award-winning filmmaker Anand Gandhi had hoped Sushant would, as a friend, consider doing his next film set in the backdrop of the pandemic. Just a day before his death, producer Ramesh Taurani and director Nikhil Advani, in a call, had pitched a new project to Sushant.
Mental health experts say setbacks in career may not necessarily be the prime reason for mental torment. “There is no physical parameter one can look [at] and say one’s depressed. Just because you are depressed does not mean you cannot function,” says Mumbai-based psychologist Dr Shraddha Sidhwani. A practitioner for 17 years, she adds that the media’s denial and trivialisation of mental health issues “is reversing the work psychiatrists have done in beating the stigma over the past decade”. Sidhwani says it’s common for patients to seek second opinions and change psychiatrists since they feel they have “lost control over” their minds. “It is more difficult for high achievers to accept the illness,” she adds. Flatmate Pithani says Sushant had stopped taking medication in March.
Once known as manic depressive illness, the bipolar disorder that Sushant’s psychiatrist diagnosed is associated with severe mood swings ranging from manic highs to depressive lows. There are no conclusive triggers for the illness, but experts largely attribute it to a chemical imbalance in the brain, genetics, or deep disturbances in the neurotransmitters. The consensus is that symptoms show up in the second decade of life. “It could begin with episodes of mania, excessive spending, high energy, delusions of grandeur and disturbed sleep; and, after a while, depressive tendencies take over, low energy, low concentration, poor memory and a tendency to harm oneself. In some people it occurs the other way round,” explains Dr B.N. Gangadhar, director of NIMHANS, Bengaluru.
It is hard to diagnose bipolar patients because the symptoms need not always be evident. Many patients hide their symptoms for fear of stigma or out of shame. Dr Purnima Nagaraja, a Hyderabad-based psychiatrist, says: “Bipolar patients could also have personality disorders. Some of them could have more tendencies for depression it differs from patient to patient.”
Medication and therapy are essential for bipolar patients, especially among those who are strongly suicidal. “If a person has an established disorder then, through appropriate counselling and medication, any mental health patient can lead a fully functional and stable life,” says Dr Gangadhar. If left untreated, the symptoms in most patients are self-limiting, he adds.
But even if the symptoms aren’t always permanent, for most patients, their severity, particularly the depressive episodes, are unbearable to withstand. It can lead to severe feelings of guilt, abandonment, a sense of not being wanted and of extreme hopelessness. A 2015 study titled ‘Suicide Attempts in Bipolar Disorder’, published in the National Center for Biotechnology Information, a US-based resource for the scientific research community, estimates that between 25 per cent and 60 per cent of individuals with bipolar disorder attempt suicide at least once in their lives, and 4 per cent to 19 per cent see it through to the end. Psychiatrists say depression in bipolar patients can be extreme. It often overrules logic and positive feelings in a patient, prompting some to turn suicidal, as they are unable to find hope or feel good about themselves and their lives.
Did his relationship with Rhea drive Sushant to suicide?
The 34 years and 146 days of Sushant Singh Rajput’s life are now largely being seen through the time he spent with Rhea Chakraborty, the actress he began dating in April 2019. Rhea and Sushant knew each other from when they were both talents at Yash Raj Studios in 2012. Sushant had a three-film contract with the studio, beginning with Shuddh Desi Romance (2013), while Rhea had been signed on for the Y-Films project Mere Dad Ki Maruti. At the time, Rajput was in a live-in relationship with his Pavitra Rishta co-star Ankita Lokhande with whom he would part ways in 2016. While Sushant’s career took off after he left Yash Raj to do M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, Rhea’s failed to strike such a high note. Sushant found fame with Kedarnath and Chhichhore, Rhea struggled as her films failed at the box office. Their paths eventually crossed again in mid-April 2019 in Mumbai.
As in many dalliances in the film world, the two didn’t confirm their relationship in public. At the Mind Rocks Youth Summit in Delhi in September 2019, Sushant described his relationship status as “bilkul single” and then clenched his teeth on the side. But, by then, there were enough signs suggesting that love was in the air, photos of Rhea ringing in her birthday on July 1, 2019, in Ladakh with Sushant and friends, the various sightings outside gyms and restaurants and the October trip to Europe. By December 2019, Rhea had moved in with Sushant in his Bandra apartment and stayed there until her departure on June 8 which, she says, she did at Sushant’s request as he wanted her gone before his sister Meetu arrived later in the day.
Things had soured between Rhea and Sushant’s family in the initial stages of their romance. Rhea’s advocate Satish Maneshinde, in an interview to india today, claimed that in April 2019, when she was staying with Sushant at his apartment for a few days, the actor’s sister Priyanka and her husband were also there. On one occasion they had attended a party together and later, while Rhea was asleep in Sushant’s bedroom, an inebriated Priyanka had allegedly groped Rhea. Rhea moved out soon after but not before informing Sushant of the incident, leading to a falling out between the two siblings. The Rajput family lawyer vehemently denies the charge against Priyanka, saying, “It is a completely false allegation and Sushant had even apologised to his sister later on this. The entire family knew it was a false allegation.”
The family blames Rhea for creating barriers between them and Sushant. The rift sharpened after December 2019 when Rhea moved in with him. The actor did reduce contact with his father and sisters at this time, but celebrated his 34th birthday with his sisters, Meetu and Neetu, in Chandigarh between January 20 and 24. According to what Sushant’s friend Mahesh Shetty told the police, Rhea had also fired all of the actor’s staff members, cook, manager and bodyguard, and hired replacements. Sushant and Shetty go back to their days of acting together in the TV show Pavitra Rishta. Sushant had tried to connect with Shetty late at night on June 13.
Meanwhile, Rhea’s brother Showik, 24, grew close to Sushant, becoming a frequent visitor to his Bandra house and the director of the two companies Sushant started, Vividrage Rhealityx Pvt Ltd (which had Rhea as part of its name), a firm dealing with mixed reality, experimental technology and artificial intelligence, and Front India for World Foundation, a non-profit organisation working to promote healthcare and eradication of hunger, poverty and malnutrition. On July 24, Showik would take to Instagram to describe his feelings towards Sushant, the “catalyst” in his life, writing that “you believed in love and spreading as much love as you could even though you were fighting a battle of your own”.
Rhea and Sushant’s relationship had become increasingly troubled in recent months on account of his alleged mental illness. According to Maneshinde, “Sushant had been calling his family, informing them of his decision to move out of Mumbai and requesting them to come and meet him. After several days of Sushant calling and crying over the phone, his sister Meetu agreed to come live with him on June 8, 2020. Due to this development, Sushant requested Rhea to live with her parents for the time being. Even though Rhea wanted to see her family, she was not at all comfortable leaving Sushant.” On July 14, a month after his death, Rhea wrote on Instagram: “My words are incapable of expressing the love we have and I guess you truly meant it when you said it is beyond both of us Eternally connected.”
However, the Rajputs’ advocate Singh claims that this is, in fact, a complete lie and says, “Sushant’s sister had to go and stay with him because Rhea had left. Rhea should explain why she blocked Sushant’s number if she had gone at his behest.” On August 20, a WhatsApp chat between Rhea and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who produced her last release Jalebi (2018), surfaced. The exchange on June 8, the day Rhea left Sushant’s house, suggests she had broken up with him. Bhatt reportedly asked her not to look back. “Make it possible what is inevitable,” he wrote.
Did Rhea embezzle Sushant’s money and abet his suicide as his father alleges?
While the police’s account that this was a suicide seemed cut and dried, the case took a completely different turn when Sushant’s father K.K. Singh filed a police complaint in Patna on July 25, alleging foul play and accusing Rhea of abetting Sushant’s suicide and siphoning off Rs 15 crore from his bank account. The Patna police filed an FIR the same day against Rhea, three of her family members, father Indrajit, mother Sandhya and brother Showik, Samuel Miranda (house manager) and Shruti Modi (former business manager) under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, including 306 (abetment of suicide), 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (theft in dwelling house), 406 (punishment for criminal breach of trust) and 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property).
Attempting to explain why Sushant’s father took nearly six weeks after his death to file a complaint, family lawyer Singh says he was forced to do so because he had ‘given up on the Mumbai police’. “We waited for them to take some action. But when we saw they were completely going in the wrong direction, we decided to file a complaint in Patna,” Singh said. For reasons that remain unclear, the Mumbai police chose not to file an FIR and played down the probe (see The Great Goof-Up).
Sushant was said to be close to his family till his relationship with Rhea caused friction with them. Krishna Kishore retired from the State Handloom Corporation in Patna, where he was a section officer, some 16 years ago. Sushant was the youngest of his five children. “We all are from a middle class family. My uncle too has had his struggles,” recalls Neeraj Kumar Bablu, son of Krishna Kishore’s elder brother and a BJP MLA.
Sushant was born in Bihar’s Purnea district and did his schooling till the 10th grade at Patna’s St. Karen’s High School. Neighbours remember him as shy and unassuming but academically brilliant. He then moved to Delhi to finish high school and pursue engineering. He got into the Delhi College of Engineering (now Delhi Technical University), but dropped out in the final year of his course in 2005 to pursue a career in acting.
Divya Gautam, Sushant’s cousin, says the actor continued to maintain a very close bond with his family. He also reportedly supported his father financially and took care of his medical treatment when he came to stay with him in 2018. Just days before his death, Sushant is said to have spoken to the house help in Patna, telling her to take greater care of his father during the Covid pandemic.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED), while going into Krishna Kishore’s charges against Rhea, are finding it difficult to come up with evidence. That Rhea didn’t have a career as successful as Sushant’s led to accusations of her being a “gold digger”, Rhea herself noted in an Instagram post. The ED is yet to find any evidence of a transfer of any big sum to Rhea’s or her family’s bank accounts, as per the bank statements filed by Sandeep Sridhar, Sushant’s accountant since last year. Sushant’s big transactions, Sridhar told Aaj Tak on July 31, pertained mainly to “lifestyle expenses” typical of film stars. They involved paying rent, including for his farmhouse in Pavana, travels abroad and staff salaries. As per his bank statements, he filed at least Rs 2.78 crore in GST and income tax, paid Rs 61 lakh to talent management agency CAA Kwan, and monthly instalments for a flat he bought in Malad early in his career. Sridhar also said that Sushant never had Rs 15 crore in his account to transfer it to anyone. Priyanka Khemani, Sushant’s lawyer, told India Today TV that the Sushant she knew “always made his own decisions” even when it came to “handling his finances”.
With the CBI stepping in, the Mumbai police will now have to transfer all case material, including the spot panchnama, the postmortem and inquest reports and the CCTV footage, to the central agency. The CBI will have to interrogate all the witnesses present at the scene of the incident and visit Sushant’s apartment to recreate the sequence of events. If it concludes that Sushant’s death was a case of suicide, it will then have to establish whether or not there was abetment. For that it will have to interrogate eyewitnesses again and assess whether Sushant was indeed pushed into taking his life. Proving abetment to suicide is always tricky. To do that, the CBI would have to identify a clear motive for this crime. The agency unfortunately doesn’t have much of a reputation for solving cases in recent years. Sushant may have chosen to take his life to end all the questions troubling him. Little would he have known that his suicide would raise even more questions. Finding the answers to them is the only way we can bring closure to a bright young life cut short needlessly.
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Singhs vs. Chakrabortys
Critical questions surrounding Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and the contesting versions of the families of the deceasedactor and Rhea Chakraborty
Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai flat on June 14. The family filed a complaint with the Patna police on July 25. Why did they wait for 40 days to do so?
Sushant’s family: We had given up on the Mumbai police. We waited for them to take some right action, but when we saw them heading completely in the wrong direction, we decided to register a complaint.
Rhea’s family: Their lawyer Satish Maneshinde says that Sushant’s family made no allegations whatsoever before the Mumbai police or to any authority till July 27. Their statements were recorded by the police in Mumbai. The allegations are totally concocted and fabricated for ulterior purposes. Rhea denies all allegations, be it abetment to suicide or misappropriation of funds.
Why is Sushant’s family now saying it is a murder when they initially blamed Rhea Chakraborty for ‘abetment to suicide’?
Sushant’s family: After deciding to get an FIR registered, the family wanted to press for murder charges. The circumstances suggested that murder couldn’t be ruled out. The family had pressed for abetment to suicide charges (against Rhea) in the FIR based on what Siddharth Pithani (Sushant’s creative content manager) told them about Rhea. As he was Sushant’s close friend and flatmate, the family believed him. However, after the FIR was registered and Pithani’s name did not figure among the accused, he started backing Rhea. It was Pithani’s U-turn that made the family take a deeper look at some of the things—Sushant’s body had one eye open, the suspicious mark on the neck, there was no photo/ video evidence to prove that he was found hanging.
Rhea’s family: Siddharth Pithani has alleged that two of Sushant’s family members asked him to testify that Rhea siphoned off Rs 15 crore from the actor’s bank account. “I have no idea about this,” Pithani told India Today TV. “I don’t want to say something I don’t mean to.” Pithani informed Mumbai police about the calls via an email. Maneshinde says the ED and police have examined Rhea’s income tax details and found nothing incriminating in them.
Why does Sushant’s family doubt suicide?
Sushant’s family: Sushant was 6 feet tall. Standing on the bed, he could have touched the fan above and there would have been no space. People wanting to hang themselves climb on a stool, tie themselves with a rope and kick the stool away, that way, there is no way to save them. In Sushant’s case, he would have had to get into an inclined position to hang himself from the bed. On struggling for breath, he would have automatically come back to the bed as the fan was over it. Then, the cloth used for hanging was cut from the noose and not the knot by which it was supposedly tied to the ceiling fan. Why would anyone do that? The mark on Sushant’s neck is also suspicious. There is also talk of a stun-gun (being used on Sushant). The autopsy report does not have the time of his death.
Rhea’s family: The report of the forensic lab in Kalina (Mumbai) ruled out homicide as nothing in the samples had suggested foul play. The postmortem report had also concluded the cause of death to be “asphyxia due to hanging”. In an interview to YouTube channel Crime Tak, Dr Harsh Sharma, director, State Forensic Science Laboratory, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, ruled out homicide. The eye position, he said, is “typical of suicidal hanging” and “suggestive of sympathetic compression of carotid artery”. “Once the neck is compressed, impulses from the brain are cut off and the body enters a state of paralysis,” Dr Sharma explained.
Anomalies in the suicide theory
Sushant’s family: Sushant’s sister Meetu Singh was just 10 minutes away, they should have waited for her. (She was at Goregaon, at least a 20 minute drive from Bandra if the roads are empty.) A locksmith was called to open the locked door. Once he had done the job, he was taken away. (The locksmith broke the lock. However, no one seemed to be in hurry to open the door. The locksmith was taken downstairs before the door was opened.)
Rhea’s family: In televised interviews, Pithani has said that he had followed Meetu Singh’s instructions over phone to bring Sushant’s body down in the hope that he was still alive, and that he tried to revive him by pumping his chest.
Role of the Mumbai police
Sushant’s family: The Mumbai police were required to complete the inquest process. Instead, they started calling people from the film industry in the name of probing nepotism, which cannot be the direct cause of death. There are so many unanswered questions. The more you deal with them, the more you realise that there’s foul play.a
What could be the motive for murder?
Sushant’s family: Advocate Vikas Singh says several theories need to be probed, and whether murder or suicide, Rhea is completely involved. An impartial agency, like the CBI, should find out the truth, he says.
Rhea’s family: Maneshinde says Rhea had herself called for a CBI investigation. Since the Supreme Court has transferred the case to the CBI, she will appear and face the investigation like she did with Mumbai police and the ED. The truth, he says, will remain the same whichever agency investigates.
Why does Sushant’s family blame Rhea?
Sushant’s family: If Sushant was disturbed mentally, would he tell Rhea to block his number? There was not a single conversation in his last six days.
Rhea’s family: Maneshinde says Rhea left Sushant’s home on June 8 reluctantly, on his request, and told him to “let her or her brother know about anything he required or if he needed to talk”.
SUSHANT SINGH RAJPUT’S FAMILY
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