Sushant Death Case: Report: Dawa-ED Sushant gets Rs 1 crore crore payment clue, the same amount received in 2013 for ‘Rabta’

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The Enforcement Directorate (ED), which is investigating the misappropriation of Rs 15 crore from Sushant Singh Rajput’s bank account, has found a clue to the multi-crore transaction. According to a news website, the investigating agency came to know that Sushant was paid a dubious Rs 17 crore for the film ‘Rabta’ in 2017. The director-producer of the film was Dinesh Bijan, who had earlier questioned ED. Bijan is currently in Dubai.

Vijayan could not provide documents related to foreign budget

India Today quoted sources in its report as saying that Dinesh Bijan was questioned by the ED last month and was asked to submit documents relating to the money given to Sushant in his film. Bijan also submitted some documents. However, he was not able to submit the documents related to the budget for the shooting abroad in Hungary.

The investigating agency suspects that he is getting money through Hawal

According to the report, producers are paid some amount for shooting abroad, which can be up to 20% of the shooting budget in the respective country. This is called a foreign park.

ED suspects that producers show foreign governments, especially European countries, by increasing their spending details so that they can pay more and pay actresses. The investigating agency also suspects that the money was sent to India from abroad through their Hawal channel.

The photo budget was published after this campaign

According to the report, when Dinesh Bijan could not submit the payment documents, the ED raided his house. At this point, documents related to the film’s budget were found. These documents show that the budget of the film was Rs 50 crore and out of this Rs 17 crore was given to Sushant Singh Rajput.

The ED’s investigation has been going on for about 4 months

On July 31, a month and a half after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, on July 31, ED filed a money laundering case against Riya Chakraborty, her brother Shovik, father Indrajith, mother Sandhya, Sushant’s house manager Samuel Miranda and manager Shruti Modi. The case has been filed on the basis of an FIR filed by Sushant’s father KK Singh in Patna.

KK Singh alleged that all the accused had embezzled Rs 15 crore from Sushant’s bank account. The EC has so far questioned more than two dozen people in the case, including the main accused, Sushant’s former staff and former talent managers.


Bollywood drugs case: Arjun Rampal’s girlfriend Gabriela arrives at NCB office, she will be questioned soon

Prohibited drugs have been recovered from the house of Arjun Rampal under the NDPS Act. That’s why now his partner Gabriela also has to be questioned.

Many big names in Bollywood are on the NCB’s radar in connection with the drugs published in the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Prohibited drugs have been recovered from the house of Arjun Rampal under the NDPS Act. That’s why now his partner Gabriela also has to be questioned.

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Mumbai The Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB) is also investigating Bollywood’s drug linking after the drug angle was revealed with Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. The NCB recently raided the house of actor Arjun Rampal in a drug case. In this case, the NCB will interrogate Arjun Rampal’s live-in partner Gabriela Demetrid today. Gabriela arrives at the NCB office. Apart from Gabriela Dimitriad, the NCB will also question Karisma Prakash, who is in charge of Deepika Padukone today. At the same time, Arjun Rampal will have to appear before the NCB for questioning on November 12.

According to NCB sources, banned drugs were recovered from the house of Arjun Rampal under the NDPS Act. That’s why now his partner Gabriela also has to be questioned. Many big names in Bollywood are on the NCB’s radar in connection with the drug scandal surrounding the death of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

In the past, the NCB had arrested Ajiellos, the brother of Arjun Rampal’s girlfriend Gabriella Dimitria, in the Dragon case. The NCB also received some illicit drugs from Grabrilla’s brother’s home. Explain that the NCB has started discussions with the film industry about involvement in drugs. The NCB also raided Arjun’s house and seized several digital devices.


Sushant Death Case: Instruct Delhi High Court News Channels – Do Not Post Offensive Content Or Social Media

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On June 14, Sushant Singh Rajput was found hanging with a fan in his home. Since then, several news channels have called it a murder and targeted Bollywood.

  • 4 film associations, 34 filmmakers applied in October
  • The next hearing of the case will be held on December 14 in the Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has issued notices to several media houses and their journalists seeking coverage of the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. These include Arnab Goswami, executive editor of Republic TV and Navika Kumar, executive editor of Times Now. The court issued the notice after hearing the appeals of 34 filmmakers on Monday, who had allegedly insulted news channels and journalists and Bollywood.

Court Instructions – Do not play offensive content

The court instructed news channels and journalists not to broadcast offensive content on their channels or to post headlines on social media. A bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdhar said, “On the advice of the channels, I have been assured that they will only abide by the program codes and rules covered by the TV Regulation Act.” The next hearing of the case will be on December 14.

The court cited the example of Princess Diana’s death

At this point the court cited the example of British Princess Diana, who died in 1997. The court said, “She died in the case of Princess Diana because she was fleeing from the media. You can’t go this route.” Notably, Princess Diana’s car collided with a pole to escape the photographers and 191. He died on 31 August.

The application was made in October

In October, four film associations and 34 filmmakers filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against several channels and their journalists. He has accused the news channels of blackmailing Bollywood.

The petition was directed to Rahul Gandhi and Navika Kumar to stop irresponsible and offensive reporting against Channel Republic TV, its journalists Arnab Goswami, Pradeep Bhandari, Channel Times Now and other Bollywood celebrities.

These four associations are among the applicants

  1. Producers Guild of India
  2. Cinema and TV Artists Association
  3. Film and TV Producers Council
  4. Association of Screenwriters

And includes 34 manufacturing houses

  1. Yashraj Movies
  2. Dharma Productions
  3. Aamir Khan Productions
  4. Salman Khan Ventures
  5. Sohail Khan Productions
  6. Photo by Rohit Sethi
  7. Red pepper entertainment
  8. Reliance Big Entertainment
  9. Photo by Rakesh Omprakash Mehra
  10. Entertainment of Nadiadwala Nati Natak
  11. Kabir Khan Films
  12. Ajay Devgan Films
  13. Good movie cape
  14. Arbaaz Khan Productions
  15. Ashutosh Gowariker Productions
  16. Anil Kapoor Film and Communication Network
  17. Excel Entertainment
  18. Vinod Chopra Films
  19. Huge Bharadwaj Films
  20. Roy-Kapoor Productions
  21. Ad-lab film
  22. Movement Films
  23. BSK Network and Entertainment
  24. Clean slate films
  25. Amy Entertainment and Motion Picture
  26. Film-Craft Productions
  27. Asha Productions
  28. Love movies
  29. McGuffin picture
  30. One India Stories
  31. RS Entertainment
  32. Real life production
  33. Learning entertainment
  34. Tiger cub digital

Words like smell were used for Bollywood

After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, there were personal attacks on the film industry and its people. In the case of Bollywood, the words have been used as smells, castles of Charashis, stigma of society. Not only that, it was also used by Bollywood channels, where ‘dirt needs to be cleaned’ or ‘there is so much smell in the center of Bollywood that even the whole perfume of Arabia is used to remove, nothing will happen’


Drugs in Bollywood: NCB raid on Feroz Nadiadwala’s house, producer of films like ‘Welcome Back’, small quantity of drugs

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The Drug Control Bureau raided the house of Feroz Nadiadwala, the producer of films like ‘Fir Hera Ferry’ and ‘Welcome Back’, in connection with Bollywood’s drugs. It is learned that about 10 grams of cannabis and three mobile phones were seized from Nadiadwala’s house in the raid on Sunday. However, Feroze himself was not present at this time.

Feroz will be called for questioning

After the raid, NCB officials interrogated Feroze’s wife at their office. Summons will also be sent to the manufacturer soon. It is said that Feroz’s name came up during the interrogation of some of the suspects detained by the investigating agency.

There were four spots on Saturday

The NCB raided four different places in Mumbai on Saturday. During this period, commercial quantities of hemp, charas and one more drug were recovered. Four people were arrested after the raid on Saturday evening, which is currently being questioned by the investigating agency.

So far many people have been arrested

The NCB has arrested Agrisolo, brother of Arjun Rampal’s girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades, in a drug case that came up after the investigation into Susanta Singh Rajput’s death. Kshitij Ravi Prasad, a former employee of Dharma Productions, has also been arrested in the case. Both had contacts with Nigerian Omega Godwin, a cocaine supplier in Mumbai.

Several people have been arrested in drug cases, including Riya Chakraborty, her brother Shovik Chakraborty, Sushant Singh Rajput staff members Samuel Miranda and Deepesh Sawant. These also include some drug paddlers. Riya Chakraborty was released on bail last month after spending almost a month in jail.


Mumbai Police told the court – it is our duty to file a case, Riya has revealed the crime in this case

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Actress Riya Chakraborty (left) had filed a case against Sushant’s sisters Priyanka and Mitu Singh before her arrest.

Mumbai Police told the Bombay High Court that it was its duty to lodge an FIR against the sisters of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, as the charges filed against him by actress Riya Chakraborty have been declared as a crime.

Mumbai Police Rajput’s sisters have filed an affidavit in the court on Monday seeking dismissal of the FIR filed by Sushant’s sisters-in-law Priyanka Singh and Mitu Singh on charges of cheating and making fake drugs for her brother. Bandra police had registered an FIR against Rajput’s sisters in September after receiving Chakraborty’s allegations.

We did not damage anyone’s reputation: Mumbai Police
In an affidavit filed by Nikhil Kapas, a senior inspector of Bandra police, he denied allegations that the police were trying to tarnish the reputation of the petitioner or any of the victims. The affidavit said that the police were not trying to influence or transact the investigation conducted by the CBI by filing an FIR against the Rajput sisters.

It further said, “An FIR (against Priyanka and Mitu) was filed on the basis of information provided by the first informant (Chakraborty), where the crime was revealed.”

Both sisters have been charged against Riya Chakraborty
The affidavit claims that according to the complainant (Chakraborty), the petitioner, with the help of a doctor from Delhi, sent a fake medical paper to Rajput asking him to cut the nervous leader. Police said that with its help, the doctor was probably given psychological substances without examining Rajput, and this was also possible in the case of Rajput’s suicide. Mumbai Police further said, “The details provided by this information reveal a comprehensible offense, which needs to be investigated.”

Mumbai Police opposes this position of CBI
After registering the FIR, the police send all the relevant documents related to the FIR to the CBI as per the directions of the Supreme Court. Police protested the CBI’s position that while the central case is already under investigation, an FIR should not be registered in the same case.

The CBI is investigating the Patna case
“The case being investigated by the CBI was filed by the father of the deceased in Bihar,” the affidavit said. “On the other hand, Riya Chakraborty’s allegations against Mumbai police have prompted an inquiry into allegations of fraud, deception and criminal conspiracy against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Priyanka, Metu and doctor Tarun Kumar,” it added.

He said the CBI should now decide whether to investigate the two civilians or submit a proper report. A bench of Justice SS Shinde and Justice MS Karnik will hear the matter further on Wednesday.


One of the top filmmakers used to visit Sushant’s resort often to meet Sushant, now NCB will interrogate him

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  • On June 14, Sushant Singh Rajput was found hanging from a ceiling fan in his rented house in Mumbai.
  • The NCB has questioned more than two dozen people since the drug case was filed in the case

The Bureau of Narcotics Control will now question Bollywood’s top filmmaker in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. The name was not disclosed in the report. However, it is said that the filmmaker used to meet Sushant frequently during his stay at Ananter’s (East) Waterstone Resort in Merol. There was uninterrupted communication with the filmmaker Sushant.

There was an expedition to this resort recently

It is said that the investigating agency conducted a raid on the Waterstones resort recently. During this time he also collected information about those who came there with Sushant. He was told that one of the top filmmakers would come there often.

According to the report, the NCB is now investigating all the details of those who went to Sushant from November 2019 to 2020. In addition to the filmmaker, many more people could be asked, the report said.

When did Sushant stay at the Waterstones resort?

In October 2019, Sushant went on a trip to Europe with Riya Chakraborty and her brother Shovik, where her health started deteriorating and she left India unfinished. Sushant and Riya stayed at the Waterstones resort after coming to Mumbai.

Sushant lived in Capri Heights before Washerston

Sushant was living in Capri Heights, Bandra before moving to the Washerston Resort. However, due to some horror, he left the place and became uncomfortable. Sushant’s staff has published this in multiple media houses. Riya Chakraborty and her brother Shovik believe the same.

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Sushant’s death case: Riya Chakraborty asks Bombay High Court to dismiss petition filed by Sushant’s sisters to quash FIR


CBI asks Riya – why wait 90 days to file FIR against Sushant’s sisters

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  • Sushant Singh Rajput death case: CBI asked why Riya Chakraborty waited 90 days after Sushant’s death to file a complaint against her sister?

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  • The CBI had moved the Bombay High Court seeking quashing of the FIR against Sushant’s sisters
  • In the affidavit submitted to the court, the CBI said that the purpose of the FIR was to influence the investigation

The CBI filed its reply in the Bombay High Court in response to Riya Chakraborty’s plea against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters. The investigating agency called the rear allegation on the basis of conjecture. It further said that the rear FIR against his sisters Mitu and Priyanka 90 days after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has raised doubts about his credibility.

‘FIR against Sushant’s sisters should be dismissed’

The CBI has applied to the High Court to quash the FIR against Sushant’s two sisters. He also said that registering a rear FIR with the Mumbai Police was a complete violation of the law. “Riya made the allegations with the intention of influencing the investigation into Sushant’s death,” the agency said.

‘Second FIR on same information wrong’

CBI Additional Superintendent of Police Anil Yadav said in his reply that Mumbai Police was aware of the FIR lodged by Patna Police. There was no need to register a second FIR based on the same information.

“It is not allowed or permitted by law to register another FIR on the basis of similar information and reasons for action,” Yadav said.

Mitu-Priyanka’s application to quash the FIR

Riya Chakraborty had lodged an FIR against Mitu and Priyanka with the Mumbai police last month. In it, she accused them of making fake prescriptions for their boyfriend’s (Sushant) drugs. This FIR was later transferred to CBI. Mitu and Priyanka have approached the Bombay High Court against the FIR.

Rhea opposes the cancellation of the FIR

Riya has opposed the appeal of Priyanka and Mitu. In her response to the Bombay High Court, it was alleged that Sushant’s sister Priyanka and Delhi’s Ram Manohar Lohia illegally gave her mental illness-related drugs without consulting Dr Tarun Kumar.

According to Riya, Priyanka was asked to take drugs like Nakshito, Librium and Lonzep MD through WhatsApp June WhatsApp. Under the NDPS Act, three drugs are made from psycho-tropical substances. Riya further claimed that the allegations filed against Priyanka should be fully investigated as Sushant died a week after taking the drug.

Priyanka-Mitu’s appeal will be heard on November 4

Rhea claims that these allegations are of a serious nature, so the investigating agency should be given ample opportunity to investigate the case. The application for which the FIR has been dismissed needs to be dismissed. A bench of Bombay High Court Justices SS Shinde and MS Karnik will hear the pleas of Priyanka and Mitu on November 4.


Subramaniam Swamy has demanded a review of Prime Minister Modi’s AIIMS report, saying, “If it is not found, I will go to court.”

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BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy, who has been demanding justice from the outset in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He demanded that the Prime Minister review the AIIMS report. He further wrote that if the reply to the PM’s letter does not come, he can also go to court.

The husband shared the information on Twitter

The husband shared the details of the letter with the Prime Minister on Twitter. He wrote, “Reviewing the inquiry of Dr. Sudhir Gupta’s special committee into the autopsy of Sushant Singh Rajput, if the Prime Minister does not get an answer, I have the right to file a PIL. Articles 19 and 21 require me to know exactly how Sushant died.”

Earlier on October 12, Subramanian also questioned the death of her husband Sushant. He wrote in his tweet that the glass of orange juice that Sushant drank on the day of his death was not kept safe. Not surprisingly, the Mumbai police did not seal the apartment where the incident took place. On the other hand, it needs to be done in unnatural death.

The Ames team reported the suicide

The AIIMS forensic team, led by Dr Sudhir Gupta, said in its final report that it was a clear-cut suicide. The murder has been dismissed in the report.

Sushant’s family is not satisfied with the report

Sushant’s family is not satisfied with the AIIMS report. The actor’s father’s lawyer Bikash Singh told a news channel that AIIMS doctors were going to give their views on TV channels, but the report was not released. He added that such statements by doctors in the media violated the ethical guidelines of the Medical Council. He called the AIIMS report corrupt.

Bikash Singh held a press conference a few days before the release of the forensic team’s report. Referring to a statement by the forensic team chief Dr Sudhir Gupta, he demanded a proper probe into the case by the CBI. Bikash Singh said that when I showed the picture of Sushant’s body to Dr. Gupta, he said that it was a case of 200 percent suffocation, not suicide.


Sapna was outraged at the report of her disappearance and said, “I am saddened to see speculative media reports in India.”

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Swapna Pabbi, who worked with the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput in ‘Drive’, has expressed grief over the news of her disappearance. The actress wrote in her tweet, “I am saddened by speculative media reports in India that I have received news of my disappearance or disappearance. I have returned to my family in London and my lawyers have already informed the authorities, they are fully aware of my whereabouts.”

What is being claimed in the report?

According to reports, Swapna Pabbi is fleeing from the NCB investigation in the drug case of Sushant’s death. The investigating agency was going to interrogate him on Wednesday. But a day earlier, on Tuesday, NCB officials arrived at Sapana’s house with a summons and found no one there. The notice was then posted outside his home. The news further said that Sapna’s mobile phone is coming off.

Gabriela named Demetriades’ brother Sapana

According to sources, Ajisilas, brother of Arjun Rampal’s partner Gabriella Demetriades, is the name of Sapna Pubbi in front of NCB Ajisilos was arrested from Lonavala a few days ago. Charas and bain tablets alprazolam were found from him.

After the interrogation, raids were carried out in many areas of Mumbai on Wednesday. The NCB has some digital evidence against Sapna. Including some drug chats.

The video of Swapna and Sushant went viral

Meanwhile, a video of Sushant and Swapna is going viral on social media, in which both are seen having fun. Looking at the video, it seems that Sushant and Swapna both know each other well.

The summons will be sent again soon

Speaking to an English newspaper, an NCB official said, “Sapna’s role is very important in this case. So it is very important to interrogate him. If he does not contact the investigating agency, he will be summoned again.” “


Amit Shah said about the Sushant case: If the Maharashtra government had already handed over the case to the CBI, it would have been over.

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Home Minister Amit Shah says the matter would have been settled if the Maharashtra government had already handed over the case of Sushant Singh Rajput to the CBI. In fact, he interviewed G-News editor-in-chief Sudhir Chowdhury. Chowdhury was asked whether the incident of Sushant’s death would become an issue in the Bihar elections and whether people would vote for it.

‘The media has exaggerated it too’

Amit Shah replied: Maybe some people vote on this too but there were a lot of hurdles and I wonder why the Maharashtra government did not give it to the CBI earlier. The country’s highest court, the Supreme Court, had to decide on the matter. The word grew bigger. If Sushant’s family had had a claim and had already handed over the case to the CBI, it would have ended there. Well, the media has overpowered it too.

‘I gave no instructions to anyone’

When Shah was asked if the NCB (Bureau of Narcotics Control), CBI and AIIMS were under him, did he give any instructions to anyone? In reply he said- There is no question of me giving instructions. All entities are being investigated individually. Neutral should be checked.

The Government of India, at least the Narendra Modi Government, does not believe that we are giving any political direction in the investigation of the agency. We just said the truth, put it in public and before the court.

Sushant died on 14 June

On June 14, Sushant’s body was found hanging from a ceiling fan in a rented house in Mumbai. On July 25, after filing an FIR in Patna, Sushant’s father KK Singh requested the Bihar government to investigate the case with the CBI. The Maharashtra government objected, saying the matter later reached the Supreme Court. On August 19, the Supreme Court handed over the investigation of the case to the CBI.