‘He Still Looks At The Door Hoping For Him To Come’, Sushant’s Niece Posts The Picture of His Dog

Sushant Dog

Late Sushant Singh Rajput’s niece Mallika Singh posted an emotional video on her Instagram page of the actor’s dog.

Sushant Singh Rajput had a pet dog, a Labrador, called Fudge. There are several images and videos of Fudge along with his owner Sushant. In the video shared by Mallika, Fudge is seen looking at the door while Mallika pets him. In the video, Mallika wrote,


“He does still look up hopefully every time the door opens.”

Going by the caption and the video, it seems that Fudge misses his favorite human Sushant Singh Rajput, and looks at the door waiting for him to return. The death of Sushant Singh Rajput has not only affected his family and fans but also his pet Fudge.

Mallika also shared several pictures of her childhood saying that she misses Sushant Singh Rajput.


Rhea Grilled By Enforcement Directorate

Within hours after the Enforcement Directorate rejected Rhea Chakraborty’s plea to defer her questioning, the actor was grilled for hours by the agency on Friday afternoon.

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At around 11.50 am, Rhea arrived at the office of the Enforcement Directorate with her brother Showik Chakraborty for questioning. The Enforcement Directorate is likely to record the statements of Rhea Chakraborty under the Prevention of the Money Laundering act of 2002. This will be the first time Rhea will be recording her statement as an accused in the case.

The agency has questioned Rhea over her financial expenditure and handling of her investments and properties. The questions will also be on her alleged involvement in handling the account of her late boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput.


After taking control of the case, the Central Bureau of Investigation has filed a First Investigation Report against Rhea Chakraborty and her family. The Chakraborty family has been charged under various sections of the Indian penal code that has criminal conspiracy, abetment of suicide, wrongful restraint/confinement, theft, criminal breach of trust, cheating, and others.


Source: Scoopwhoop