‘Aditya Chopra Didn’t Let Sushant To Work In Bajirao Mastani, Ram Leela’, Says Kangana Ranaut

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On Saturday, Kangana Ranaut was interviewed by a news channel where she revealed things related to the death of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Since the passing away of the actor, Kangana has been outspoken and has been demanding justice for the actor. She has alleged that the reason behind the actor’s death is the inherent nepotism that exists in Bollywood. While she accused Mahesh Bhatt initially, now she has revealed the link of Aditya Chopra to the case.


In the interview, she said that producer Aditya Chopra and Sushant Singh Rajput had a big fight. At one point in time, both Sushant Singh Rajput and Ranveer Singh had contracts with Aditya Chopra’s Yash Raj Films. During the casting of the film Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ramleela, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali was keen on having Sushant Singh Rajput as the lead of the film. However, since Sushant had signed a contract with Aditya Chopra, he reportedly didn’t let Sushant do the film. But, he asked Ranveer to do the film instead.

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As per Kangana, this instance repeated again when Sanjay Leela Bhansali was casting for his next film Bajirao Mastani. He again wanted Sushant but Aditya Chopra pushed Ranveer to do the film. Sanjay Leela Bhansali was reportedly chasing Sushant for the last five years. She accused Aditya Chopra of sabotaging Sushant Singh Rajput’s career.

‘Sushant Supported Me During Nepotism Debate’

When the interviewer asked her if she has any proof to back her claims, she said that it is in the statement of Sanjay Leela Bhansali recorded by the Mumbai Police. She said the statement is out in the public domain. The actress also revealed that Sushant was one of the actors who had supported her when she first spoke about nepotism in the industry.


On Saturday, there were reports that Aditya Chopra was questioned by the Mumbai Police and has recorded his statement regarding the suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput.


Source: The Times of India