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Revealed! Here’s what Pratyusha Banerjee said to Rahul Raj Singh in her ‘last phone call’ before death

New Delhi: It’s almost a month since Pratyusha Banerjee committed suicide in her Goregaon flat. Yet, it is still one of the most talked about topic in the tinselvile and is persistently making to the
India TV Entertainment Desk April 26, 2016 16:23 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

New Delhi: It’s almost a month since Pratyusha Banerjee committed suicide in her Goregaon flat. Yet, it is still one of the most talked about topic in the tinselvile and is persistently making to the headlines.

So far, a lot has been said and written about Pratyusha Banerjee’s death and the reason that made her took such a drastic step.

Though, the actual reason behind her suicide is still a puzzle to be solved, however, it is speculated that her boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh has a key role in her death.

And now Pratyusha’s suicide case has taken a new turn. A three-and-half minute audio clip of the last telephonic conversation between Rahul Raj Singh and Pratyusha Banerjee was presented in the court recently.

According to the media reports, this conversation took place just an hour before Pratyusha’s death.

Here are the details of the last phone call of Pratyusha Banerjee:

Pratyusha: You cheater, tumne mujhe cheat kiya hai, mujhe mere maa baap se alag kar diya, ab dekho main kya karne ja rahi hoon (You cheater, you cheated on me, you separated me from my parents, now see what I do)  

Rahul: What happened? I will talk to you once I reach home, I am on the way; till I reach, don’t do anything.

This audio clip was presented in court during the hearing of anticipatory bail plea of Rahul as Special Public Persecutor Nilesh Pawaskar urged that the accused should be booked for more than just abetment. The Bombay High Court on Monday granted anticipatory bail to the actor-producer.

While granting the bail, Justice Bhatkar observed that there was no prima facie evidence to show that the accused “instigated or intended” the suicide.

With so many revelations being made in Pratyusha Banerjee’s suicide case, we wonder what more is yet to be revealed.