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Pratyusha Banerjee suicide case: Fresh allegations on Rahul Raj
Actress Pratyusha Banerjee's suicide case has got a new twist, after a transcript of what was supposedly her last conversation with Rahul was accessed by the media.

Mumbai Mirror has accessed a copy of the transcript of the telephone call, which is the last time she spoke to anyone, says Neeraj Gupta, the advocate for her parents, Soma and Shankar Banerjee.

According to the tabloid, which lasted for about three-minute Pratyusha is heard saying, "B******d man.. I f**k so hard.. In my life i f**k so hard... for everything... I had not come here to sell myself... I had come here to act... to work. And where are you putting me today.. Rahul, you have no idea how bad I am feeling right now."

Gupta said, "This conversation happened between Rahul and Partyusha just before her death. In this conversation, it is very clear that she was forced into prostitution by Rahul, as later on in the same phone call she has used the word 'prostitution."

On the other hand, Rahul has defended himself from the allegations saying, "She was telling me that her mom and dad wanted her to earn money anyhow, and she was complaining about them. She had no money and I was supporting her."

24-year-old actress, who was best-remembered for her role in Balika Vadhu, ended her life by hanging herself at her 1000-sq ft apartment in Goregaon and Singh, who is currently out on bail, is accused of abetting her suicide. Singh, however, said that the transcripts do not reveal anything that is not known.

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