Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely death on Sunday shook the Indian film industry. Director Nitesh Tiwari, who worked with the actor in his 2019 film Chhichhore, expressed shock and grief over the news of his colleague's demise.
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Talking to Mumbai Mirror, the director said, "The news that Sushant is no more is shocking. Yes, shocking would be the correct word to describe it as he was a person full of energy and enthusiasm. He wanted to do so many things, had so many plans, so when you hear one fine day that this person is no more, it’s hard to believe. I had to call a few friends to check if the speculation was true. Turned out it was a sad reality. And that made it even more shocking."
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Sushant was reportedly battling depression over the past few months and undergoing treatment for the same. His social media posts from the past couple of months reveal that he even tried yoga and meditation to battle his state of mind. The actor's body was found at his Bandra residence on Sunday. It is suspected that he died by suicide.
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