On September 15, Bollywood filmmaker Dinesh Vijan was interrogated by officials from the Enforcement Directorate for almost eight hours. The ED team has now reached the filmmaker's house as they investigate the financial angle in the death case of Sushant Singh Rajput, according to the latest sources. ED officials are currently raiding Dinesh Vijan's Mumbai home, according to the latest news. The study also indicates that Vijan had signed a two-film agreement with the late star, but the other film never took off after 'Raabta.' While the ED officials raided the Mumbai home of the owner, they are said to be looking at the transactions involved in the Sushant-Vijan contract and other monetary information relevant to the second project.
In the meantime, the CBI is reportedly investigating the death of the late star. The AIIMS team, on the other hand, re-evaluated Sushant's autopsy report and discovered no evidence of strangulation. In addition, they officially concluded that this was a suicide case and submitted their results to the CBI. Shweta, Sushant's sister, has urged fans to stand together in the fight for justice and truth. She even recently kickstarted the #MannKiBaat4SSR initiative to bring together all Sushant fans. Meanwhile, after a seven-month hiatus, Sushant's 'Kedarnath' is said to be re-released this week as movie theatres are all set to open their gates to moviegoers this week.