Sushant was being considered for film about 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks?

Anil Bharath



The last film that late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was reportedly being considered for was to be made on the deceased Pakistani terrorist involved in the Mumbai 26/11 terror attacks, Ajmal Kasab, the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and Mumbai Police.

In a statement to Mumbai Police, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate, Uday Singh Gauri from Cornerstone LLP (Talent Management Agency) has revealed information about a discussion regarding a film being planned on “Police, ISI and Kasab” with Singh Rajput. The discussion according to Gauri’s statement had happened on the 13th of June, 2020, a day before the actor allegedly committed suicide.

India Today reports Gauri revealing that on the 13th of June, he had called Singh Rajput on his mobile phone and then connected with film director Nikhil Advani and producer Ramesh Taurani through a conference call. According to sources from the agencies, Singh Rajput spoke over the conference call for around seven minutes. The actor’s call detail records indicate that Gauri had called Singh Rajput five to six times on that date.

According to Gauri’s statement, Sushant was to discuss the details on the film being planned by Advani and Taurani again on the 15th of June through a call as the lockdown was in effect. Gauri was at that point based in his hometown Amritsar where he was stuck since the 18th of March. During the call, Advani narrated the film plan to Singh Rajput and was to discuss the project further on the 15th of June.