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Member of the Union Cabinet, Smriti Irani who is well-known for portraying Tulsi in the television series Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, recently talked about the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The former actress was affected by his untimely demise. During a recent interview, she got emotional as she spoke about Sushant. She also revealed that she had spoken to the late actor and advised him to 'not kill himself'.
Smriti talked about June 14, 2020 when Sushant passed away. She revealed that she was on a video conference when she heard about the unfortunate news. She shared, "The day Sushant died, I was on a VC (video conference). There were many people. But I just couldn’t… I said stop it. I felt like, why did he not call me? He should have called once. I had told that boy, ‘Tum yaar maarna mat apne aap ko."
She further added that she immediately called Amit Sadh after hearing Sushant's news as she was concerned for Amit. She said, "Instantly, I was scared for Amit Sadh. I called him and asked him what he is up to. I knew, kuch gadbad karega bachcha. Usne mujhe kaha, mujhe nahi rehna, kya kiya iss idiot ne. I got the sense that something is wrong. He asked me, ‘You don’t have work?’ I said, ‘I do, but just let’s talk’."
Earlier Amit had also shared, "I don’t know how she found that I am in trouble. I just got a random call from her. She spoke to me, we were on a six hour call, I said I don’t want to work in this industry, I will go live in the mountains."
Amit and Sushant worked together in Abhishek Kapoor's Kai Po Che and were great friends ever since then!