Sushant Singh Rajput case: Jaya Saha tells NCB that Disha Salian ‘never met’ late actor; alleges Rajput informed her about his depression - Times of India

Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s ability administrator Jaya Saha was examined for the second time by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), for her supposed contribution in a medication case connected to the (*********************’s) death case.

Saha was brought in for the second time on Tuesday after different WhatsApp talks implied that she “supplied drugs” to her big name customers. As indicated by a report on India Today, Jaya uncovered subtleties to the NCB about her work at an ability the executives organization and her expert contribution with Sushant Sigh Rajput.

The report asserts that Jaya conceded that she worked with late ability administrator Disha Salian among 2018 and 2019, however said in her explanation that Salian “had not met Sushant” while working at the organization. Saha affirmed that solitary she worked with Rajput on movies and support bargains.

She further proceeded to express that during her time with the actor, she helped him pack six movies, including – ‘Sonchiriya’, ‘Kedarnath’ and ‘Chhichhore’. Jaya additionally shared subtleties of the paycheques the actor got for his movies which ran from Rs 2.25 crore for ‘Drive’ to Rs 6 crore for ‘Kedarnath’ and Rs 3.5 crore for ‘Dil Bechara’.

Besides films, she additionally got the star supports and occasion arrangements of about 21 marks among 2016 and 2019.

In her announcement, Saha additionally uncovered that she addressed Sushant on June 5, about a film, which he loved yet didn’t consent to the marking charge of Rs 6 crore. She affirmed that the actor requested Rs 12 crore for the equivalent.

The report further proceeds to express that Jaya even met Rajput in March 2020, when he was “not keeping well.” She expressed that the actor would frequently begin strolling and go inside the room and return more than once. The ability administrator even asserted that Sushant had educated her about his downturn in December.