Exclusive! Kedarnath actor Nitish Bhardwaj: ‘SSR used to smoke cigarettes, not a drug-taker as his mind was very agile’

Sara Ali Khan was accused of drugging by Rhea Chakraborty in a recent remark, which created a new controversy.


Sara Ali Khan was accused of drugging by Rhea Chakraborty in a recent remark, sparking a new scandal. Riya, the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's ex-girlfriend, revealed all of this in her testimony to NCB. During an interview, Nitish Bharadwaj, a co-star in Sushant and Sara's film "Kedarnath," was asked about SSR and whether he became hooked to narcotics while filming the film.


‘One day, Pooja Gaur was telling me about the changing atmosphere of the TV industry, and then suddenly the talk turned about drugs,' the ‘Mahabharata' actor told in response to this query in an exclusive interview. Sara informed me that she had heard that the film business is also dealing with a drug problem.


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I recall encouraging her to stay away from it since he had a greater future ahead of her. Sara told me that she has never used drugs and has no intention of doing so in the future. 


Nitish went on to say that Sushant smoked cigarettes and had a smart mind. ‘Sushant used to smoke cigarettes, but he was very sharp-minded,' the actor continued. A drug addict isn't as quick as them, and they don't speak as eloquently. At least, that's what I believe. I don't smoke, and I've never smoked a cigarette with tobacco or narcotics in it.

However, I am aware that such a cigarette has a distinct odor when smoked. Sushant and Sara have never looked tired or been on a journey before. They were ordinary people. Sushant was from a different time zone. Cosmology, planets, and galaxies were topics we used to discuss.

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