Amaal Mallik on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death: My heart says it cannot be suicide

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Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death has shocked the entire nation and has shattered his family and fans. Post his death, many celebs have shared their experiences and memories with the actor. Amaal Mallik who worked with Sushant in ‘M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story’ remembered his time with the actor while filming the movie.

In a conversation with us, Amaal said, “He was someone whom I respected and with whom I spent most of my time during the filming of ‘M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story’. We had that connect when we looked at each other. There was a sparkle in his eyes and mine because we both knew that life is going to get a little different and maybe we will reach heights. We didn’t know we will succeed but we knew that this is a special film that will take us somewhere and higher in life.”

Amaal also said, “For me, Dhoni has died. Sushant was Dhoni for me. Even though I have been an MS Dhoni fan, that man, made be believe that MS Dhoni is someone else only and he is Dhoni. No one could do what he did with his performance.”

Further talking about nepotism, Amaal said, “I want to say that there is nepotism and there are people who play the power game and there is politics. It’s in the music industry also. There might be parts of his mind where maybe he felt bogged down or cornered. But I won’t like to say that it’s suicide because I don’t think someone like him who had so many dreams and ambitions would just go away like that. You can see a soul and figure out whether he is weak or not and he wasn’t. My heart says that it cannot be suicide.”

He added, “Respect the family and get them justice and let the prove come out. Media is pointing fingers at Rhea (Chakraborty) and Sooraj (Pancholi) and others. If the media has brought the facts, let’s go to the court and let things come out in the proper way.”

You can watch this part of the conversation here.

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