Sushant Singh Rajput's friend Ganesh Hiwarkar says actor stopped him from 'committing suicide'

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s friend says actor stopped him from taking his personal life& 

Sushant Singh Rajput’s unlucky demise on June 14 had despatched shockwaves throughout the nation. While his followers are in deep shock, the late actor’s associates, too, are in disbelief. Choreographer Ganesh Hiwarkar, who was additionally Sushant’s shut friend, is of the view that Sushant could not have died by suicide. He has claimed that the Dil Bechara actor as soon as stopped him from taking his personal life when he was in his low part. 

Speaking to information company IANS, the choreographer stated, “Sushant cannot commit suicide. There was a time when he had stopped me from committing suicide. So obviously he was a very positive person and he cannot commit suicide.”

He additional opened up about having suicidal ideas and stated that he bought into melancholy after a woman dumped him. He recalled how he simply needed to finish his life at that and claimed that it was Sushant who saved him. 

After he opened as much as Sushant about his ideas, the choreographer stated that he stood by him and prevented him from taking any such step. “He acted as a huge support to me at that point of my life. I don’t know what would have happened if he was not around. He was that sort of a friend,” he additional knowledgeable the information company. 

Before Sushant bought into appearing, he labored as a background dancer in songs and likewise carried out in stage reveals. Ganesh stated that he and Sushant had been associates from his dancing days. 

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The actor, 34, handed away on June 14. He was discovered hanging at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. The late actor’s father KK Singh has filed an FIR in opposition to Sushant’s girlfriend and actress Rhea Chakraborty and 5 others. He has accused the actress of abetting his son’s suicide, theft and monetary and psychological exploitation of the actor. 

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