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Actor Shekhar Suman recently visited late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's family at their house in Patna, Bihar. The actor said that Sushant's father KK Singh is in a state of shock and his grief is made worse by the constant talk about his son's death.


Shekhar Suman says the constant talk about Sushant Singh Rajput’s death is causing harm to the late actor’s father


Talking about his visit to Sushant's house to a daily, Suman said that the late actor's father is in a state of shock and is not speaking anything. Shekhar said that he just sat there for about five minutes and shared his grief through silence. Sushant's aunt said that the repeated talk around the death has caused more grief and harm to him.


Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14 in his apartment in Mumbai. The Mumbai Police are currently investigating the death. Meanwhile, fans of the actor have been demanding a CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) enquiry. Shekhar Suman too has been vocal in the demand for an enquiry by the CBI.


In a series of tweets, Shekhar Suman has said that he will fight for justice in Sushant's case. He said that he is not a 'twitter warrior' and that he is doing his best to take this up with the Home Minister of our country to speed up the process.


ALSO READ: Shekhar Suman says Sushant Singh Rajput changed his SIM card 50 times a month; demands CBI enquiry 





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