Sanjana Sanghi on Wednesday was called in for questioning by the Bandra police. The actress was probed for nine hours from her relationship with Sushant to the infamous fake MeToo allegations against him.
While recording her statement on Sushant Singh’s suicide case, the actor was asked about her role in the MeToo allegations that went viral in 2018. Sanjana denied making any such accusations against Sushant and also informed putting a statement on the same 2 years back.
Her Statement on MeToo allegations
“On returning from a long trip to the US yesterday, I read several baseless and unfounded stories with respect to misconduct and misbehavior on the sets of our film Kizie Aur Manny. I’d like to clarify that no such incident took place. Let’s put an end to these conjectures,” he statement read.
“I had enough time in hand after shooting for the first part of the film and hence, I left for the USA. I was totally unaware of the malicious campaign being run against Sushant. When I got to know about it after returning from America, I issued a statement after meeting him and Mukesh. Sushant was very tensed because of all that was being done to malign his image”, she further told the Bandra police.
On being cast for Dil Bechara
The police also probed Sanjana about her debut film Dil Bechara. The actor revealed that casting director Mukesh Chabbra selected her after an audition and she was later informed about the leading actor in the film i.e. Sushant. Sanjana also informed the police that she first met Sushant on the sets of their film.
According to reports, Sushant was very disturbed after the MeToo allegations as he couldn’t get hold of Sanjana at that time. Confirming this, the actress said that Sushant had shared some screenshots of conversations between them on social media as he had no option, and even she did not have any problem with it because the allegations were baseless.
She further revealed that no one could figure out he was suffering from depression as the actor seemed normal onset and never shared his personal problems with anyone.