After Rhea Chakraborty’s recent interview, #ShameOnAajTak trends on Twitter:
Rhea talked about her Europe Trip with Sushant Singh Rajput. The actress revealed that it was on that trip she got to know about Sushant’s mental illness.
When asked when did she realise that Sushant was suffering from some mental disorder, Rhea Chakraborty said, “When we were leaving for Europe, Sushant said that he feels claustrophobic in a flight. He took a medicine, Modafinil, without any prescription. When we reached Paris, he didn’t leave his room for three days. Before the trip, he said that he was very happy. He had told me that he is very excited about the trip as he will show me his true side during our Europe stay. He will walk on the streets and have fun with me which he couldn’t do in India. We were really happy. I was wondering what happened.
SHOW CAUSE NOTICE TO MUMBAI POLICE AND COOPER HOSPITAL OVER MORTUARY ACCESS TO RHEA:
According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, a show-cause notice has been sent by the MHSRC to the civic-run Cooper hospital over Rhea being allowed to visit the mortuary, where the late actor’s mortal remains were kept, for 45 minutes. Times Now additionally reported that the Mumbai police has also been served with a notice.
The notice, served to the dean of the hospital, asks for an explanation as to why permission was granted to Chakraborty when even the closest family members of the deceased are not permitted to enter the mortuary without being assisted by the police or hospital staff, with due permissions.
The 28-year-old model-turned actress had visited the mortuary at the Cooper hospital a day after Rajput died by suicide on June 14. She was photographed leaving the premises, along with three other persons.