Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez is saddened by the demise of her Drive co-star Sushant Singh Rajput. In a recent event of India Today e-Mind Rocks 2020, Jacqueline Fernandez talked about all the things Sushant Singh Rajput taught her and said that she couldn’t believe someone like him would want to take his life.
Speaking at the event, “It’s very difficult for me to digest that he’s gone. When I go online, I still see so many videos and pictures of us together. The other day I saw a video of us rehearsing for a show that we were doing together. I don’t know how someone who I would have never guessed in my wildest dreams would have wanted to take his life. Whenever we worked together, I was the one who would say Sushant I’m struggling with this,” she said.
The actress also opened up in her bond with Sushant, “We bonded very well. We did a film together, but we have done stage shows appearances. We have travelled together. I looked at him as this genius. He was always telling me which books to read. He would say, ‘Oh Jacky, you don’t know this. Oh wait, wait, wait. Let me tell introduce you to this author, let me introduce you to this Science.’ And things actually helped me in my life and changed my life in a way. The kind of things that he was teaching me about philosophy, about bio-hacking, things about improving my wellness and energy level,” she added.
Jacqueline also talked about her own struggle with anxiety saying that she would feel like she couldn’t breathe. She said that every time she would talk about it to someone, they would brush it off and say she was being ungrateful. But it came flooding back after Sushant‘s death.
The talented actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on 14 June 2020 after hanging himself to death in his room at his residence in Bandra, Mumbai. The postmortem reports of the actor revealed that he died due to asphyxia because of hanging. Mumbai Police haven’t recovered any suicide note at the place. However, Cops are still investigating the case closely and interrogating people close to the late actor.