Smriti Irani talks about how Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide affected her and how she was traumatized for days.
Speaking on a recent YouTube podcast, she said, "The day Sushant died, I was on a video conference. I just couldn't... I said stop it. I felt like, why did he not call me? He should have called once. I had told that boy, 'please don't kill yourself."
She further added, "I remember feeling instantly worried about Amit. I called Amit and asked him what he was up to. He (Amit) told me he doesn't want to live, what has he (Sushant Singh Rajput) done. I got the sense that something is wrong."
Sushant was found dead at his Mumbai residence. While it looks like it was suicide, his fans and family are still not convinced and accuses the industry of cold blooded murder.
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