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Disha Salian’s Mother Breaks Silence on Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death And Its Connection With Her Daughter’s Alleged Suicide

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Actor Sushant Singh Rajput‘s former manager Disha Salian died just a week before the actor was found dead at his apartment in Mumbai. Now, as the investigation in the actor’s death case goes deeper, several theories around a connection between the two incidents are doing the rounds on social media. However, in an interview with a news channel, Disha’s mother Vasanti Salian broke her silence for the first time after losing her daughter.

Talking to Zee News, she denied the possibility of any connection between her daughter’s death and Sushant’s alleged suicide. She said that Disha never mentioned to them if she was working for Sushant and even if she was working for the late actor, it might not have been a big job but a small meeting once or twice. The mother added that Disha was a lively girl and always kept herself busy in work, friends and family. She said that they are unable to come in terms with Disha passing away and still trying to move on. However, when asked that if she thinks there could be a thread joining the unfortunate incidents, Disha’s mother clearly stated that they don’t believe in any conspiracy but they don’t know if their daughter was going through some serious ups and downs in life even though it didn’t appear so.

Vasanti went on to say that they fear no one because their daughter was their only weakness and now that she has gone, they don’t think they need to think twice before naming anyone if they feel someone is responsible for Disha’s death. She said that the family can’t think of anyone to blame for her death because they knew her friends and her fiance and everyone was very close to her.

Earlier, in an interview with Republic TV, a woman named Smita Parikh, who claimed to be a close friend of SSR’s family, revealed that the late actor was disturbed after the news of Disha’s death and kept saying ‘Ab ye log mujhe nahi chodenge‘ to his sister Meetu Singh. She added that Sushant feared his name being used in Disha’s death and he also started having anxiety attacks after the incident.

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Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: Mumbai Hospital Dean Says ‘There is No Foul Play in His Death’

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death has raised many eyebrows and his family members are suspecting foul play. However, time and again Mumbai Police has claimed no foul play and it is contrary to the belief of his friends and family. Now, the dean of Mumbai hospital, who conducted the post-mortem report told Times Now that there is no foul play in his death. He even stated that he cannot decide on this right now because post-mortem has been done and the report is with the forensic department.

Meanwhile, Param Bir Singh, Mumbai Commissioner of Police said in a statement to news agency ANI that the actor was suffering from ‘Bipolar Disorder’ for which he was undergoing treatment and having medicines. ANI tweeted, “It has come to surface that he had bipolar disorder, he was undergoing treatment and taking medicines for it. What circumstances led to his death is the subject of our investigation: Param Bir Singh, Mumbai Commissioner of Police on #SushantSinghRajputDeathCase. (sic)

He even said that so far statements of 56 people have been recorded and all angles are being investigated.

Sushant’s friend Siddharth Pithani spoke to Zoom TV and shared, “She was Sushant’s manager for only a very small time.” Siddharth added that Sushant kept crying the day he learned of Disha’s death. “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 me were in the same room. We all saw how badly it affected him.”

On Monday, IPS officer Vinay Tiwari, who reached Patna to lead Bihar police team probing the case, has been forcibly quarantined by BMC officials. Taking to Twitter, Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey said, “Tiwari reached Mumbai from Patna on official duty to lead the police team there but he has been forcibly quarantined by BMC officials at 11 pm on Sunday. He was not provided accommodation in the IPS mess, despite request, and was staying in a guest house in Goregaon.”

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar reacted to it and said, “Whatever happened to him is not right.”

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Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil: “I tried to enter Eurovision once”

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Biffy Clyro frontman Simon Neil has admitted that he once tried to enter the Eurovision Song Contest.

The frontman said he made a bid to enter the contest with his side project Marmaduke Duke.

He told The Sunday Times: “I have another band called Marmaduke Duke, and we did actually try entering Eurovision. You have to dream big.”

Speaking about how he came to love the show after watching it on acid 18 years ago, Neil added: “I wasted an evening watching the Eurovision Song Contest. Eighteen years ago a friend and I took some acid and watched Eurovision, and it was one of the greatest nights of my life.

“The universe opened up to me. I got it, I realised how tongue-in-cheek the whole thing is, and now I waste a night each year watching Eurovision.”

Earlier today (August 3), Biffy Clyro were confirmed to headline next year’s Download Festival alongside Kiss and System Of A Down on June 4-6, 2021

The band also recently shared new track ‘Weird Leisure’ from their forthcoming A Celebration Of Endings’, which is due out on August 14.

It follows the release of previous album tracks ‘Instant History’ and ‘Tiny Indoor Fireworks’.

Speaking about ‘Weird Leisure’ in a recent NME cover feature, Neil said: “That’s a song about one of my oldest friends. He just chose the wrong path and got himself into a really tricky situation where his world closed in. He’d want help and you’d try to help, but then a week later you’re back to square one.

“Fortunately he’s in a good place now and on his way out of the darkness. I love this guy so much, but – fucking hell – he’s put me through some shit.”

To mark the release of ‘A Celebration Of Endings’, Biffy are set to play a special livestreamed show from an unnamed iconic Glasgow venue on August 15.

The livestreamed show comes as the band recently postponed all their planned 2020 tour dates due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Neil also recently revealed that a long-awaited new album from Marmaduke Duke is nearing completion.

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Download Festival 2021: WATCH Kiss play Rock And Roll All Nite in 2015 headline slot

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Kiss fans will of course remember the legendary performance from 2015 which saw them taking the main stage by storm.

In front of thousands of people at Donington Park, the quartet demanded festival-goers’ attention by playing their biggest hits.

One of the biggest hits of the night was their performance of arguably their best known song – Rock And Roll All Nite – which you can watch at the top of this article.

Gene Simmons took charge of his song and forced viewers to follow along with his incredible vocals, and side-splitting bass riffs.

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