Kangana Ranaut reveals what Ankita Lokhande told her about Sushant Singh after his demise

Kangana Ranaut says she didn't know Sushant Singh personally but their common friends like Sandeep Singh and Ankita Lokhande made her build a clear perception about Sushant's mind; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: July 24, 2020 13:42 IST
Kangana Ranaut reveals what Ankita Lokhande told her about Sushant Singh after his demise

Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely demise has shaken the complete nation, where celebrities are fighting over various wrongs which would have pushed the actor to commit suicide. The fight demanding justice for the Kai Po Che actor has been led by none other than Kangana Ranaut who says she feels it's her responsibility as a fellow outsider actor, who has faced the same problems, to fight against Sushant's perpetrators. In a recent interview, the Manikarnika actress revealed what Sushant's ex-girlfriend Ankita Lokhande told her about him which actually made her jump to the conclusion of demanding justice for him.

"When I spoke to Ankita, she said right from the beginning, there was so much humiliation that he could not take it. This is how she summed it up. She said that I knew this boy since he was working in serials, he became a top actor there, and then he did auditions after auditions, rejections after rejections, and then he got into the big bad world of Bollywood. (Then) every filmmaker wanted this boy from Bihar, they were fighting for his dates and he was so grounded. But one thing that she also said about him was that he was not 'thick-skinned' (earlier said by producer Kamal Jain).
Adding further, "Ankita told me that Sushant would sit on Twitter when he was new and would fight with fans, asking 'why did you think that about me? Why did you say that about me? I am not this person that you are saying.' Ankita told me that she used to tell him ki Abhi ye toh hoga na. Everybody will have their perception of you, why are you so bothered about it? He just could not take that, he could not take what people thought about him. She said, over a period, the bad PR, the ganging up, the public humiliation, he just could not take it. He has had enough – that's what she said."