Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Rhea Chakraborty Says The Actor Was Afraid Of Flying
Prime accused Rhea Chakraborty said that Sushant Singh Rajput was scared of sitting in an aeroplane and used to take medication for the same
While the investigation into the Sushant Singh Rajput death case gains momentum with the involvement of as many as three central probe agencies, actor Rhea Chakraborty continues to establish that he was suffering from a mental disorder. But the claims made by her does not match with known facts about Rajput, implying that she may be lying once again. Chakraborty has been interviewed by Rajdeep Sardesai on a media channel, wherein she claimed Rajput felt claustrophobic while travelling by air and he was taking prescription medicine to treat it. But there are several loopholes in her claim.
It is known that the Chhichhore actor was enthusiastic about aviation, he was training to become a pilot, and he even dreamt of space travel. Rajput was learning to fly the Boeing 737, and he was so serious about flying that he had purchased a Boeing 737 simulator for his training. He himself had posted a video of taking off an aircraft during his training in the simulator. It is highly unlikely that a person having claustrophobia of flying will train to become a pilot and make large investments to pursue his passion.
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