It has been just a few days to Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise and the nation remains to be reeling with the shock. From his household to his followers, everyone seems to be deeply saddened by the premature demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. His demise has led to a number of speculations and media tabloids are busy find out completely different angels to Sushant’s demise.
Amongst many, one of many causes being mentioned on social media is that SSR was going by means of a troubled time financially. Nevertheless, a detailed good friend of Sushant has rubbished this rumor.
Just lately, a detailed good friend of Sushant who additionally occurs to be an insider within the Bollywood business, in an unique interview with Pinkvilla revealed that Sushant wasn’t going by means of any monetary drawback and wasn’t out of labor. Actually, he revealed that Sushant had a variety of films lined up until mid-next 12 months. He additionally revealed that Sushant was charging eight crores per venture. He revealed:
“Sushant wasn’t going by means of a monetary hassle as is being mentioned. He had just a few movies lined up and some extra in dialogue. From what I do know, his dates have been all booked until mid-next 12 months. If he signed the opposite two movies, he would have had 5 initiatives by 2022. He was additionally charging to the tune of Rs eight crore per venture.”
Sushant’s good friend additionally revealed how a producer was keen to pay him greater than his authentic remuneration. He mentioned:
“There have been two producers who have been planning to fulfill him later this month. Since he wasn’t in contact with them, they’d spoken to certainly one of his shut buddies and even shared how they’d like to pay him to the tune of Rs 11 crore for his or her movie, a riveting drama.”
Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty have been all set to function in an upcoming romantic comedy film by Rumi Jafry. Sushant’s final film ‘Dil Bechara’, which relies on ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ by John Inexperienced will quickly be launched on an OTT platform.