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Sushant Singh Rajput’s Google History Has Been Revealed As Per The Latest Reports

The sudden death of Sushant Singh Rajput has sent shockwaves in the Bollywood industry and has left his fans heartbroken and shocked. The actor was found hanging in his Bandra house on June 14. His fans haven’t yet been able to come to terms with his sudden death. As per the reports, the 34-year-old actor was suffering from depression and was undergoing treatment for the same. The case is being investigated by Mumbai Police.

So far, 28 people including members of his family, work associates, close friends, and household staff, have been questioned by Mumbai Police on SSR’s death. During the interrogation, SSR’s friends revealed Mumbai Police that he was in stress and always felt that someone is trying to tarnish his image. SSR used to discuss reports published about him in newspapers and magazines with his team.

There are new updates on SSR’s death case every day. The latest update revealed the last google search made by the actor.

According to the forensic reports, Sushant Singh Rajput searched his own name on Google at 10:15 am on June 14. The google search history of his phone revealed that the actor searched ‘Sushant Singh Rajput’ on Google.com and then read a few articles and news reports about him.

Meanwhile, SSR’s final post-mortem report has confirmed that the actor died by asphyxia due to hanging, the Home Minister Anil Deshmukh has assured that the professional rivalry angel will also be probed.

Talking about the work front, we all saw last saw him in Chhichhore co-starring Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma, and others. SSR will soon be seen in his upcoming movie Dil Bechara, which is an adaptation of John Green’s novel ‘The Fault In Our Stars’. The movie is all set to release on Hotstar Disney on 24th July.

Written by Unnati Madan

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