Rafiq Merchant shared the video of Sushant Singh Rajput’s vacant flat on social media about two months ago and told that it is lying vacant and no tenant is being found. Then he told that whoever comes to know the history of this flat and hears that Sushant Singh Rajput died in it, he immediately refuses to come.
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According to the report of ‘India Today’, Rafiq Merchant told that people are afraid to take this flat of Sushant. But now a person has agreed to take this flat. He is taking 5 lakh rupees a month for this on rent. Apart from this, he will have to deposit a security of Rs 30 lakh, which will be the deposit money for 6 months.
Sushant was paying 4.51 lakh rent every month
Sushant Singh Rajput was living on rent in this flat. It is located in Mount Blanc Apartments building and is spread over 2500 sq ft. According to reports, then he was paying a rent of Rs 4.51 lakh per month to stay in this flat. This flat situated on the beach has a drawing room, four big rooms and a big hall. But this flat was lying vacant after Sushant’s death. The owner of the flat was also finding it difficult to find the rent.
The owner of the flat kept this condition
According to broker Rafiq, the owner of the flat does not want to reduce its rent either. Had he done so, it would have been sold quickly. According to the broker, the owner of the flat is an NRI and now he does not want to give his flat to film stars at all. The owner says that no matter how big a celebrity he is, the flat should be given to a person associated with the corporate sector and not a film star.
Sushant Singh Rajput was found mysteriously dead in his flat. Earlier it was being said that the actor had committed suicide, but later the case was handed over to the CBI. During the investigation, drugs angle also came to the fore in Sushant’s death case, in which Riya Chakraborty was badly trapped and had to go to jail.
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