During the continued investigation on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, Uday Singh Gauri from CornerStone LLP — a Mumbai-based talent management agency, has revealed that SSR was in talks for an upcoming film being planned supported the decreased Pakistani terrorist, Ajmal Kasab, who was involved within the Mumbai 26/11 terror attacks reportedly. He also added that the alleged discussion happened on June 13 over the phone, just each day before he was found dead in his Bandra apartment on Flag Day.
According to an entertainment portal, Uday, in his statement to the Mumbai Police, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), and therefore the Enforcement Directorate, also shared that he had contacted SSR for the film offer on his mobile and, as per reports, later director Nikhil Advani and producer Ramesh Taurani had also joined them for a seven-minute call.
Sources also confirm that the late actor’s call records indicate that Gauri had reached bent him five to 6 times each day before his death. However, reportedly, the film manufacturers were to discuss the project on June 15 further again. Talking about getting to cast Sushant for the untitled film, Ramesh Taurani had earlier told Times Now, “I was, but I don’t want to discuss it. let the CBI do their work.”