Many new aspects are coming out in the case of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death. Recently, His girlfriend and prime accused in the case Rhea Chakraborty gave a media interview in which she made revelations about the late actor. Rhea said that Sushant Singh Rajput was a victim of mental illness and depression for a long time. She claimed that he was also undergoing treatment by a psychiatrist. Rhea also revealed the name of the psychiatrist from whom Sushant Singh Rajput was undergoing treatment.
The psychiatrist who treated Sushant Singh Rajput is named Kersi Chavda. After Rhea Chakraborty’s interview, the media spoke to Kersi Chavda and questioned him about the mental health of Sushant Singh Rajput. During media questions, Kersi Chavda made many surprising revelations. Kersi Chavda said that Sushant Singh Rajput was suffering from severe depression.
According to media reports, Kersi Chavda said, “Sushant Singh Rajput had stopped taking medicines and had a panic attack in the first month of June. He was suffering from severe depression and stress. Shruti Modi called me on 25 November last year and asked me to reach the Waterstone resort to meet Sushant. After this, Sushant was admitted to Hinduja hospital on 27 November.”
Kersi Chavda further said, “At that time Sushant told me that he did not have any physical problems nor did he ever feel like suicide. Sushant had asked me whether he could smoke or not, I asked him to stop smoking.” Kesari Chavda says that after this he was also called several times by Rhea Chakraborty.
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Kersi Chavda further said, “Rhea Chakraborty y called me again on December 1. Then I came to know that Sushant started smoking again. Sushant used to say that he loved his mother very much, and since her departure, he was quite sad and alone. At that time he was told to take cutiepin and phunil medicine.”
According to Dr Kersi Chavda, on December 23 last year, Sushant told him that he was not willing to work. The doctor has also told that whenever he met Sushant, Rhea Chakraborty used to be present there and she also used to worry a lot.
“On December 30, I was told that Sushant is not feeling well again. For this reason, his medicine was changed. He was advised to replace itizola with modalart, but then in February this year, Sushant was feeling a little better. At that time Sushant had stopped taking medicines. Just a month after this, Sushant’s health deteriorated again in March. On March 6, I received a call that Sushant is again fighting depression. He wanted to leave Mumbai.”, He further said.
Kesari Chavda further said, ‘On June 8 (the day Rhea left Sushant’s house), Rhea again called and said that Sushant was in depression and his medicines should be resumed. After this, I had asked Sushant why he was not taking medicines? He just started laughing at it. Rhea said that Sushant did not listen to them.”
It is being said that in the mental report of Sushant Singh Rajput, it has been emphasized that if he will quit taking treatment, he can take serious steps.