Actor Sushant Singh Rajput was planning to get married in November this year, according to the late actor's cousin.
The cousin revealed that the actor was to get married soon, while talking to the news channel IndiaTV.
Without revealing name of the girl, he said that the family was gearing up for the wedding. They even planned to visit to Mumbai soon for preparations.
The cousin said that it was going to be a private wedding in Mumbai with few family members and friends.
Unconfirmed rumours have stated that Sushant was dating actress Rhea Chakraborty, though many insist the two stars were just good friends.
Sushant was reportedly battling depression over the past few months and undergoing treatment for the same. His social media posts from the past couple of months reveal that he even tried yoga and meditation to battle his state of mind.
The actor hailed from Bihar and was educated in Patna and New Delhi, before shifting to Mumbai.
After establishing himself on the small screen with "Pavitra Rishta", he transitioned to the big screen with film "Kai Po Chhe". He went on to do projects including "Shuddh Desi Romance", the biopic "M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story", "Kedarnath" and "Chhichore", among several others.
Sushant Singh Rajput's last rites in Mumbai today
The last rites will be performed after his father and other family members arrive in Mumbai from Patna, according to a report in indiatoday.in.
As details about his final hours emerged, it has come to light that the last thing Sushant consumed was a glass of juice on Sunday morning, at around 10. Then, he locked himself up in his bedroom, according to the India Today website.
He did not respond despite repeated knocks on the door by his domestic help, who then called neighbours. The police arrived shortly afterwards and broke into Sushant's flat.
Sushant Singh Rajput was reportedly battling depression over the past few months and undergoing treatment for the same. His social media posts from the past couple of months reveal that he even tried yoga and meditation to battle his state of mind.
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