Sushant Singh Rajput’s dogs up for adoption; actor transferred money for their care a day before his demise

In another sad turn of events, Sushant Singh Rajput’s three Rottweiler pups, named Amar, Akbar and Anthony, after the 1978 blockbuster Bollywood movie starring Amitabh Bachchan and late stars Vinod Khanna and Rishi Kapoor in the eponymous roles, have been put up for adoption. The news has been disclosed by Raees, the caretaker of Sushant’s dogs at his Lonavala farmhouse, who added that the actor had also transferred money for their care a day before his demise and that he was interested in buying the farmhouse and relocate there to practise organic farming, after having rented the place for quite some time.

In an interview with IANS, the caretaker of Sushant Singh Rajput’s dogs said, “On June 14 afternoon, I saw the news that Sushant sir has committed suicide on TV news channels and at first I could not believe what I was seeing. Just a day before, he had transferred money to my account to take care of his pet dogs, Amar, Akbar and Anthony. Even though the agreement had expired in May 2020, Sushant sir had made advance payment for the months of June and July. He was planning to shift to the farmhouse and practise organic farming.”

Opening up the last time the actor had visited the farmhouse, Raees elaborated, “In January, Sushant sir came with Rhea to celebrate his birthday. They were accompanied by Samuel Miranda, Shruti Modi and some friends. Then, Sushant sir came here in the last week of February. At that time he was accompanied by Dipesh Sawant, Siddharth Pithani, Neeraj and a cook named Keshav. His March trip got cancelled.”

Sushant’s eldest dog, the black Labrador Fudge, whose photos and videos have been circulating ever since the actor’s death, is not up for adoption from what we’ve gathered.

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