Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s ex-girlfriend, actor Ankita Lokhande, has shared a video of him in a flight simulator. “Dream. Is this #claustrophobia ? u always wanted to fly and u did it,” she wrote in her caption.
Ankita’s video, which was shared on her Instagram page, seems to be a response to actor Rhea Chakraborty’s claims in an interview with India Today, in which she said that Sushant felt ‘claustrophobia’ in flights and took medicines for it.
Sharing details about their Europe trip last year, Rhea said, “Europe ke trip jaane wale din Sushant ne mujhe bola ki usko flight mein baithne se bohot claustrophobia hai aur uske liye woh ek dawai leta hai jiska naam hai Modafinil. Uske paas woh dawai humesha rehti thi aur flight pe jaane se pehle usne woh dawai khud hi le li (The day we were to leave for our Europe trip, Sushant told me that he feels very claustrophobic on flights and he takes a medicine for it called Modafinil. He always had that medicine with him and before getting on the flight, he took it himself). He didn’t even have to get a prescription because unke paas already woh dawai thi (he already had that medicine with him).”
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Incidentally, in September 2019, Sushant had shared a handwritten list of his 50 dreams, which included learning how to fly a plane.
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Meanwhile, Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti slammed Rhea for ‘giving interviews and doing publicity stunts’ and demanded that she be arrested immediately. Sushant’s father, KK Singh, shared a video in which he called Rhea a ‘murderer’ and accused her of poisoning the late actor.
Sushant died on June 14. His family has filed an abetment to suicide case against Rhea, accusing her of using him to further her career in Bollywood and misappropriating his funds. She has denied the allegations.
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