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Did Sushant Singh Rajput get drunk and create scene at a party?

This is not the first time that Sushant Singh Rajput came into limelight for such activities

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: August 27, 2017 16:56 IST ]
Sushant Singh Rajput got drunk and danced at a party

Sushant Singh Rajput who is busy working for his upcoming project Kedarnath with Saif Ali Khan’s daughter Sara Ali Khan, has made headlines once again. It has been reported that the actor got too high at a party and did something that left the onlookers agape. The party also had Dino Morea and Esha Gupta as guests. The Raabta actor got so drunk that he suddenly pounced on a table and started dancing, according to Bollywoodlife. All the people present at the party were shocked by Sushant Singh Rajput’s dance in an inebriated state. 

This is not the first time that Sushant came into limelight for such activities. Recently, the actor indulged himself in a street brawl, however he himself denied it. He got into a heated conversation with a man who tried to overtake his car. A video later released showing Sushant Singh Rajput casually sitting in his car while the man hurling abuses at him. 

Also Read: Pics: Saif Ali Khan’s daughter Sara clicked with her Kedarnath co-star Sushant Singh Rajput in Mumbai

In another similar instance, a popular daily reported that Sushant got drunk at a party and misbehaved with an actress while his own girlfriend was present at the scene. The actor was so out of his senses that he sat on the actress’s lap which created an awkward situation at the party. 

His embarrassed girlfriend handled the situation and managed to take him out of the venue. The report did not mention his name but certain clues indicated towards Sushant Singh Rajput. 


 

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