‘I Don’t Have Anyone Now’, Sushant’s Friend Reveals About That One Peculiar Phone Call

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The roommate of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Siddharth Pithani has been in the news after he wrote that e-mail to the Mumbai police where he revealed that he was pressurized by the actor’s family.

In an interview he gave recently, Siddharth Pithani revealed that the death of Sushant’s manager Disha Salian’s death had affected him. Siddharth had been living with Sushant for over a year. According to Siddharth, Sushant was upset when the media attached his name to the death of Disha Salian, his former manager. He wondered by his name was coming despite him meeting Disha only once in his life when she was her manager only for a brief period of time. Siddharth also said that Sushant was crying when he learned about Disha’s death. He said,


“His sister was there to take of him that time. She fed him, gave him water. His sister came over the day Rhea left. The following day this incident happened, and that affected him so much. He fainted also. His sister and I were in the same room. We all saw how badly it affected him.”

That One Phone Call

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Siddharth also spoke about a peculiar phone call he received in the first week of January. According to Siddharth, Sushant spoke,

“Please come back, I think we can do something together. I don’t want to act anymore. We can start something in the field of virtual reality and other content. I am sure you are the right person for this. Leave your job, I will pay you the same salary.”

Sushant also became emotional in that call and poured his emotions to Siddharth. He apparently went onto say,

“I have no one. We will go away from all this. We will go to Pavna..we can do farming and live on a budget. I don’t have anyone right now.”

In the interview, when Siddharth was asked about Rhea Chakraborty. He revealed that Rhea last visited on the 8th of June and before leaving she asked him to take care of him.


“She had spoken to me. She had told me to take care of him and I am just a phone call away, whenever you need me, just tell me, I will come back.”


Source: Free Press Journal