The last person Kama Sutra model Viveka Babaji is supposed to have called up on Friday before committing suicide, was Delhi-based model and Miss Asia-Pacific 2002, Tina Chatwal, says a media report.
Whether they spoke before Viveka reportedly called her sister Neeta, and said she was going to end her life, is not yet confirmed.
But, sources say, Viveka poured her heart out to Tina and wept about the trauma she was undergoing in her relationship and business.
If this is true, and Tina does admit that Viveka was anguished by her love life, then the police would certainly have some rather pointed questions to ask Viveka's boyfriend Gautam Vora.
The call to Tina was reportedly made after Viveka and Gautam had a spat in her highrise apartment in Bandra, and he walked out on her.
Tina, who was in Mumbai on Monday for Viveka's funeral and prayer meeting, is expected to make a statement to the police which could clear up much of the mystery surrounding the shocking suicide.
Meanwhile, the buzz is that efforts are being made by some people to distract the focus from Gautam by spreading rumours of Viveka's unhappy past with the other men in her life.
The numbers and messages of the men who were in touch with her are being studied by the police.
Some of the men she had dated, were back in contact with Viveka because they had renewed contact with her on her birthday, May 27. Much more is being made of her networking with these men than is necessary.
One male friend who messaged her on her birthday, and then a few days before her death asking her out to coffee, is worried he may get a visit from the police.
He claims to have got an SOS call from Viveka's anxious mother in Mauritius on Friday asking him to check out on her daughter, and reportedly assured her that the supermodel must be fine and just sleeping.
On Monday, when Viveka's mother and her other daughter Alka arrived for her last rites, they were met at the airport by Bollywood filmmaker Rohit Jugraj with whom Viveka was involved two years ago.
The family chose Mumbai as her final resting place despite Viveka's Mauritius citizenship, because her heart belonged to Mumbai. “Sadly, it also got broken in the city she loved,” said a tearful friend.