Last month, on June 14, young Bollywood actor 34 years old Sushant Singh Rajput, committed suicide at his own residence in the presence of employees and a friend. People all over India, including Bollywood, were outraged over the suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput and people blamed the actor's suicide on the ongoing nepotism in the film industry and the brutality of big actors.
Initially, fears were expressed about the murder of Sushant Singh Rajput, but his post-mortem report did not indicate that the actor had been killed. Following Sushant Singh's suicide, a local lawyer had filed a murder case against eight Bollywood personalities, including actor Salman Khan and filmmaker Karan Johar, in a Bihar court, but the court rejected it.
Immediately after Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide, Mumbai police launched an investigation into the cause of his suicide, which is now nearing completion. Police had so far questioned Sushant Singh's family and his employees, including his ex-girlfriend actress Chakraborty, in connection with the same investigation. Police had also called the former female manager of Bollywood actor Salman Khan for interrogation last week, after which rumours started circulating that the police could call Salman Khan for interrogation at any time.
There were reports that Salman Khan's former manager had told the police in his statement that he wanted to make a film with Bollywood domineering hero Sushant Singh but then some things went wrong between them and Salman Khan gave up. Following such rumours, it was reported in the Indian media that Mumbai Police may call Salman Khan for questioning at any time in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide.
However, now the Mumbai Police has clarified such allegations and said that the police will not call Salman Khan for questioning. In its report, the Times of India quoted a senior officer investigating the Sushant Singh Rajput case as saying that the police had no intention of questioning Salman Khan. The police officer denied reports that Salman Khan had been summoned to appear at the police station.
In another report, the Times of India said that Mumbai police have so far recorded the statements of 35 personalities and will soon complete the investigation. The report said that during the last one month, the police did not find anything special from the documents found at the actor's house, including interrogations of various personalities and institutions.
Sources in the report said that the police will complete the investigation of the case in the next few weeks and make the report public and according to the reports so far, the police have not received any sensational information in the actor's suicide case.