Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput died on June 14 due to apparent suicide by hanging himself at his sixth floor apartment in Bandra (West) in Mumbai. His death left fans and celebrities shocked everywhere, with many still mourning the 34-year-old actor's passing away. Several names have cropped up during the investigation into his death, with the Narcotics Control Bureau on Tuesday arresting actress Rhea Chakraborty on drug-related charges. Post her arrest, towards the late end of the evening, two never before seen videos of Sushant Singh Rajput were uncovered by a private television channel, which have since gone viral on social media and have evoked mixed responses from across the country. 

Both videos were recorded by Rhea Chakraborty, who was Sushant Singh Rajput's girlfriend at the time of his demise. The first video shows Rhea speaking to Sushant, who is seen reading a book called 'Loaded'. In the video, we see Sushant talking to Rhea in a childlike manner, with many online claiming he was looking a little unwell. The second video has Sushant interacting with another person, who is not featured in the footage, while Rhea is seen recording without the knowledge of the late actor. This video has the M. S. Dhoni - The Untold Story actor shying away, while acknowledging having taken meds and Rhea disagreeing. Watch the video below:

Sushant's fans have been strongly upset ever since the video had come out and have been lashing out against Rhea Chakraborty for it. Many on social media have been wanting to get justice over the star's death and are stating that her arrest is a miniscule form of punishment. Below are some of the reactions: 

The 28-year-old actress had admitted to the NCB after three days of intense interrogation that she used to procure drugs for the actor. She was taken to the Byculla Jail in Mumbai on Wednesday morning, a day after she was arrested. Despite no mention of her consuming drugs in the court papers, it is said she is expected to request a sessions court for bail today and had spent the night at the Narcotics Control Bureau office on Tuesday.