CELEBRITY NEWS: Veteran Bollywood actor, Nana Patekar, took time out on Sunday to pay his condolences to the Singh family following the tragic suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor was in Bihar to take part in a CRPF cultural function in Patna district and met with the late actor’s father at their Rajiv Nagar home. Patekar was seen paying a tribute to the late actor with folded hands and laying flowers next to the Sushant portrait.
“I just met his father. And what else I can do,” Nana Patekar said after meeting the family.
Nana Patekar had then reached the CRPF Training Center at Mokama Ghat in Patna on Saturday where he interacted with villagers and trying his hands at a plow driven by oxen, before taking part in a cultural programme organized by a central paramilitary force.
Sushant’s Death confirmed as suicide
The Mumbai Police confirm that Sushant’s post mortem reveals that the cause of his death was asphyxia due to hanging. The actor died by suicide on 14 June at his Mumbai residence sending shockwaves throughout the world. DCP Abhishek Trimukhe, Mumbai Police has said, “ In Sushant Singh Rajput’s case, Bandra police have recorded the statements of 27 people so far. Sushant Singh Rajput’s detailed post mortem has been received from Cooper hospital. The PM report has been signed by doctors and given to the police. Doctors have on record informed the police that Sushant Singh’s cause of death was asphyxia due to hanging.”
The family of Sushant Singh Rajput have also announced the launch of a foundation in the actor’s name and his childhood family home will be turned into a memorial housing the Sushant’s personal effects. The actor’s final film, Dil Bechara, is the official adaptation of John Green’s novel ‘The Fault In Our Stars’, is set for direct-to-digital release on Disney+ Hotstar.
Source inputs: Indian Express
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