Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has commited suicide at his home in Mumbai. The actor was 34. He is know for his roles in Kai Po Che! and was recently seen in Chhichhore.

Reports claim he was found dead at his Bandra residence in Mumbai.

This news comes days after his former manager Disha Salian committed suicide in Mumbai. 

"It's such devastating news. My deepest condolences to Disha's family and friends. May your soul rest in peace," Sushant wrote on his Instagram stories at that time.

Sushant Singh Rajput in Chhichhore

He was also seen in Netflix film Drive. Rajput was considered one of the more talented of the younger lot having won accolades for his performances in films like Kai Po Che, MS Dhoni biopic and Kedarnath.

Before debuting in films, Rajput was a big TV star, having acted in popular shows like Pavitra Rishta. His debut Bollywood Bollywood film was with director Abhishek Kapoor in Kai Po Che, based on the book by Chetan Bhagat. 

Sushant Singh Rajput with MS Dhoni playing the cricket in his biopic by the same name

The actor was living alone during the lockdown.

Police have reached his apartment but the reason has not been revealed yet.

It is said that the actor wasn't feeling well for a few days.

Sushant Singh Rajput in Kai Po Che!

Sushant was born on January 21, 1986, in Patna, Bihar. His family moved to New Delhi in 2000. 

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