Sushant Singh Rajput’s Psychiatrist interrogated for five hours, reveals actor was not regular with medications

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On Monday Mumbai police recorded the statement of Sushant Singh Rajput’s psychiatrist Dr. Parveen Daraich. In the 5-hour interrogation, Daraich mentioned that Sushant first got here to him in 2018. Darrach told Mumbai police that when Sushant wasn’t glad about the counseling, he would begin arguing with him and he usually left the remedy within the center. The police had questioned Darrach concerning Sushant’s counseling session, the troubles, and drug dosages.

According to police reports, Sushant started this therapy in November 2019. During interrogation, the psychiatrist mentioned that Sushant had a bipolar dysfunction. According to reports, Sushant would meet any physician twice or thrice, and after meeting them he would change. Sushant didn’t have trust in medical doctors.

During interrogation, nearly every physician admitted that Sushant didn’t take medicines on time. And even when taken, for a really brief time. And the same time due to lockdown he would take his session on phone and video calls. The medical doctors also revealed that the actor was neither not taking his medications regularly nor was following any recommendations from the past 2-3 months.

Sushant Singh Rajput hanged himself on June 14 at his Mumbai apartment. According to police reports the actor was going through depression from the past six months. Mumbai police is investigating the case and till now they have summoned 40 people apart from these 4 medical doctors, the movie critique Rajiv Masand, Yash Raj Films proprietor Aditya Chopra, some former manufacturing home executives, casting director Shanu Sharma, Sushant’s home employees, supervisor, PR group, X supervisor, friend, girlfriend, co-star, and Family members are included. Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali has been questioned. Shekhar Kapur mailed his statement to the Mumbai police.

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