Ankita Lokhande on foul play in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case: He can’t die for his career, there has to be a different reason or something else for which this has happened. | Hindi Movie News

As the investigation for Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case continues with new twists and turns, the late actor’s ex-girlfriend, Ankita Lokhande opened up the tragic death of the Bollywood star. Rubbishing the ongoing claims of suicide due to pressure in the late actor’s career, Ankita expressed why she suspects foul play.

In a recent interview with Times Now, Ankita explained, “When I was with Sushant he was never weak in his career. There was a time when we were together and during that time his career was comepletely different from what it is now. If you look at his career graph, he went from one place to another while facing so many things and yet never thought of anything pressurizing him. Compared to that, today he was in a better place. Am sure he must have had things that did upset him, but he never took it as a pressure on himself. He was a very easy-to-go person who always had options, if one doesn’t work out, he would do something else. So, I don’t think that due to pressure he can do something like this or take an decision to hurt himself. He used to take care of himself very nicely. So, I don’t believe he took this step due to pressure.”

Speaking about pressure in Bollywood, the actress added, “He knew if from Day 1 in the industry that he has to face certain things. Even I am from this industry, I too have to face several things but that doesn’t mean it breaks me. We all are aware that in this field there will be ups and downs, but I don’t believe that these things pressurized him (Sushant) and he can’t die for his career. There has to be a different reason, there has to be something else for which this has happened.”

Ankita also talked about Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty in her interview and stressed that the ‘Jalebi’ actress is currently only one who can answer the questions about Sushant’s alleged depression. Further to this, she also called Rhea’s public statements “confusing.”