‘I was with my brother, then the friend got a call’, Riya Chakraborty got information about Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise
CBI investigation is going on in Sushant Singh Rajput case. Meanwhile, Sushant’s girlfriend Riya Chakraborty told in an interview, why did he say ‘Sorry Babu’ after seeing Sushant. Apart from this, Riya also told how she finally came to know about Sushant’s death on 14 June 2020.
Riya told India Today, ‘On June 14, 2020, around 2 pm. I was in the room with my brother. Then my friend’s phone comes and he said that there is such a rumor, just dismiss this rumor. Tell Sushant to issue a statement. She (Riya’s friend) did not know that I am at my house. After about 10-15 minutes, news of Sushant’s death was released.
Did she go to his house after Sushant’s death? Riya said, ‘No, I did not go there. I was broken. I was shocked and I could not understand how this could happen. After this, I came to know that my name is not in the guest list to attend the funeral. Sushant’s family did not want me to come there. ‘
Riya further said, I was ready to go to the funeral. But I was told by industry friends not to go there because his (Sushant) family does not want to. I will only be insulted and asked to leave. Then a friend of mine said that it is necessary for me to see her body for the last time because if I do not do this, then I would not be satisfied and it would be difficult to accept the fact that she is not now. ‘
On seeing the body of Sushant Singh Rajput on his’ Sorry Babu ‘comment, Riya said,’ Yes, what should anyone say after losing one’s life? I am sad to have lost my life. I’m sorry that your death was made fun of. I am sad that your last memories are not of your good work, intelligence or your charity. This is also incorrect. What else will you say? ‘
When asked how long she stayed in Morchery, Riya said, ‘3-4 seconds. My friends asked me to wait outside. I was told that the body was on the way to the van. I got three seconds to see the body. I said that I was sad because he had lost his life and I touched his feet to honor him. Any Indian can understand why one would touch one’s feet at such a time. ‘