Popular TV show Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega lead actress Kanika Mann talks about the demand for CBI Enquiry in Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death. Kanika feels that there’s no harm if people wants a CBI Investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case.
Sushant Singh Rajput untimely demise has left the entire nation saddened and numb. The actor breathed his last on June 14, 2020. The actor died due to suicide in his Mumbai residence. The postmortem reports of Sushant‘s revealed that he died due to asphyxia because of hanging. Mumbai police haven’t recovered any suicide note at the place. However, Police is investigating the case closely.
There are lots of speculation doing rounds regarding SSR‘s death. People are insisting that this is murder that is being concealed. Some people even suspecting foul play in actor’s death, and have been demanding CBI inquiry in the case.
Now, TV show Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega actress Kanika Mann talked about Sushant Singh Rajput‘s tragic demise. In a recent interaction with BollywoodLife, Kanika told the portal, “Honestly, his death has left me very saddened. Whenever I think of it, I feel anguished. I was a huge fan throughout my life. When I came to Mumbai, he was the first star I messaged. You hesitate from messaging random people, let alone stars. But I messaged him saying that he was an inspiration for people like me. Of course, I did not get a reply. He was a fab actor and had achieved so much at such a young age. He had everything. His passing away makes you reflect what is it that a human being strives for on this planet. It reminds us that materialistic things and fame are irrelevant.”
Speaking about the Demand for CBI in SSR‘s case, Kanika Mann said, “See, there are some things that do not add up. I feel it is okay if people are demanding a CBI investigation. There is no harm in it. I mean it won’t hurt anyone. His fans will get closure.”
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