Disha Salian’s close friend revealed exactly what happened on the night she died


Sushant Singh Rajput’s Ex-Manager Disha Salian’s close friend revealed exactly what happened on the night she died.

This WhatsApp text message has been shared by Disha’s close friend who had spoken to one of the friends present at the party. This message has also been shared on Disha Salian’s college friends WhatsApp group


The massage is as,
“Her fiancee Rohan, Himanshu from college and two of her childhood best friends Neel & Deep along with Neel’s new girlfriend were there.
This is Rohan and Disha’s house that Rohan bought because they were going to get married and move in.
She was having fam issues and usual fights with Rohan but nothing way too major with him.
4 days ago she moved to Malad to this house.
Yesterday everyone came over and they got drinking.
She had a lot to drink and started crying saying things like “nobody cares about each other anymore” and stuff.
Friends say she would get emo after drinking often.
She called my friend Jeevita at 8 pm and spoke casually about post lockdown plans.
At midnight, she video called with her friend in the UK and said the same things.
Then she was crying and Himanshu was like kya party pooper ban rahi hai types.
Next thing you know, she’s gone to the room, locked the door, and turned the tap on.
They presumed she’s throwing up.
Then they kept calling out to her and no response so they broke in and she wasn’t there.
Himanshu and Deep looked down and saw what happened and ran. By the watchman already called the cops.
Her heart was still beating but the body was dismantled (14th floor) and they picked her up and put her in Deep’s car and went to 3 hospitals all refused to take.
4th hospital allowed and declared dead.
Now COVID tests are on – if negative, after a post-mortem they’ll give the body to the family.
Meanwhile, all 4 boys are under custody but at home with cops.
Rohan is getting badgered.
Disha’s family is livid because they knew of their fights and stuff.
And everyone is in disbelief because nobody would imagine she would.”

Written by Minu Verma