Sushant Singh Rajput and Disha Salian’s WhatsApp chat apps of April 2020, duo discuss work extensively

Pinkvilla exchanged access to WhatsApp conversations between Disha Salian and Sushant Singh Rajput in April 2020 and it shows the duo discussing extensively about work.

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Sushant Singh Rajput and Disha Salian died less than a week apart and the fact that they were connected in one way or another has not been well received by netizens. It was previously reported that Disha, a renowned manager, once briefly managed Sushant’s work, but they have not been in touch lately. Now we have access to several WhatsApp messages exchanged between Disha and Sushant in April 2020, which the duo discuss extensively about the work.

In the images, the WhatsApp conversation opens with Disha and Sushant discussing possible collaborations and offers from brands. Disha also hosted an online interactive session that included the late actor with conversations. During this conversation, Siddharth Pithani’s name also grows up as ‘Sid’. The talks took place over a period of 10 days which took place on 2, 7, 10 and 11 April.

Take a look at Sushant and Disha’s WhatsApp conversations:

According to the report, Mumbai police had previously determined that Disha and Sushant spoke for only 28 days. However, the report suggests that it is likely that the police only have a certain mobile number in the bill. Disha died on June 9, while Sushant died on June 14.

Mumbai police have been under constant fire for delaying the investigation and not even being detained for two months after his death. Meanwhile, the Enforcement Directorate is investigating the angle of money laundering and other allegations leveled against Rhea Chakraborty and five others.

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