The death of the Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput left his fans all around the world disheartened. Actor Sushant Singh, aged 34, was found dead hanging from the ceiling at his home in Bandra. The investigations are still underway and several mysteries related to the case are unveiling currently.

In a video posted on YouTube by an Ex–RAW officer NK Soodon his official channel, he claims that the suicide of the actor was actually a murder planned infallibly by Dawood Ibrahim, a most-wanted drug dealer and mobster in India, since 1994.

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Source – PinkVilla

NK Sood states that Dawood still has a powerful clutch over Mumbai, his hometown, and Bollywood, despite the fact that his whereabouts are now known to be in Pakistan. He further declared, “Many B-town celebrities participate in the events organized by Dawood’s team abroad and help the gangster earn money which is used for funding ISI. The celebrities also receive a huge sum of money in return.”

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Dawood Ibrahim Source – The Federal

Sushant Singh had been threatened with death several times over the phone compelling him to change his SIM around 50 times, which is quite a large number for a normal person. 

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The ex-RAW officer also claims that the reasons behind the CCTV cameras at his apartment complex being shut off a day before his attempt at suicide, and the misplacement of the duplicate keys, can be justified as he was murdered by expert criminals. He asserts that there are enough grounds to come to the conclusion that the actor was murdered.

Alsothe actors close associates Rhea Chakraborty and Sandeep Singh, his girlfriend and his close friend, and his servant had known about the death threats but chose to leave the actor alone.

Karan Johar and Salman Khan’s names were also disclosed in the video, but he didn’t go into much detail about them. He also accused the Mumbai police of trying to save the culprits instead of revealing the truth about the demise of the actor

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