Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has shook everyone to the core. His friends Sandip Singh has come out to reveal many things about the actor and even his life. Sandip Singh also talked about Sushant Singh Rajput’s ex-girlfriend Ankita Lokhande and how she had almost given up her own career to ensure he succeeds. Let’s read further into it.
In an interview with Spotboye.com, Sushant Singh Rajput’s very close friend Sandip Singh revealed that Ankita wasn’t his girlfriend, but someone like his late mother who took care of Sushant like nobody else. He also spoke about how Ankita used to wear clothes and cook food of Sushant’s choice. In fact, the interiors of Ankita’s house was Sushant’s choice. Sandip Singh was quoted saying, “Ankita was not his girlfriend. She has taken the place of his mother in his life. In twenty years of my journey in the industry, I have never seen a girl like her. She has taken care of him like nobody else. She could have been the only one who could have saved him. She is used to doing everything rightfully for him. If she is used to getting ready as per Sushant’s choice.”
He added, “The food she used to cook was to be of his choice. The house interior used to be of what and how he likes. Books which used to be there in the house were what he likes to read. So everything used to be according to Sushant for his happiness.”
Sandip also revealed that Ankita had almost given up her career only for Sushant when she was on the peak. Sandip told the portal, “I really wish everyone gets a girl like Ankita. She is highly emotional and she was almost giving up her career at its peak for him. She was big on Television and getting films offers also. Even after their break-up jitni films Sushant ki release hoti thi vo har friday pray karti thi that his film should be successful, he should be happy. The day Sushant took this unfortunate step and when I saw him, my big worry was for Ankita. Throughout my journey from his house to ambulance to hospital that day, I was constantly calling up Ankita but she didn’t take my call. And I knew what she was going through. And after finishing my postmortem work, I ran to her house. I have known her for 10 years and I don’t think she had ever given me that hug which I got that day. She is my art and I will do anything for her in my capabilities.”