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Smriti Irani gets emotional while talking about Sushant Singh Rajput’s death; says, “I had once told him “Apne aap ko maar mat dena kabhi” – Times of India

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Actor-turned-Politician, Smriti Irani spoke about Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise in a candid conversation with Neelesh Misra. She also revealed how she has had a rapport with her former co-stars and friends that they could call her if they felt like having someone who could be emotionally available for them.
While talking about Sushant she said, “The day Sushant passed away, I was on VC. I remember I have seen these kids in the same studio work. I have seen them grow. I had even invited Sushant to IFFI’s panel with Shekhar Kapur. I couldn’t talk to him at that time. When the VC was on, I got this news and I got numb. I felt that “At least once he should have called.” I had once told him, “Apne aap ko maar mat dena kabhi” and then I got scared for Amit (Amit Sadh). I called Amit as I knew he would do something and we had a conversation about Sushant.”

Smriti spoke about Amit, “I called Amit to speak to him, I have known him since he was a guard in South extension. He was too young when his father passed away and he actually went missing for a few days. I was constantly calling him and he said, “Main jaa raha hu”. I was in Delhi, but I used to call him and talk to him to divert his mind.”
She further revealed an incident of her actor friend calling her after 17 years at 5:30 am, “I wouldn’t name the actor, but she called me once after 17 years in the morning at 5:30 am to share about something she was going through. She could do that because she knew that she could call me and talk to me. I will be there for her and support her emotionally. I believe it is an achievement for a person to be considered as their confidante.”

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