Sushant Singh Rajput’s case surfaced a deeply buried dispute in the showbiz industry. It is nepotism. Star kids are given big breaks until they succeed and others are made to pay the price for the success of star kids.
Enraged netizens poured their emotions and opinions over the SSR’s death and everyone blamed the showbiz industry in some way or other in cornering SSR in his final days.
Kangana Ranaut was quite vocal in her feelings towards SSR…
An angry Kangana posted a two-and-a-half-minute video on Instagram to reveal her displeasure at how the industry treated SSR. She asked would there be a change. She even said that SSR faced emotional, psychological and mental lynching at the hands of the selected few.
Kangana Ranaut quoted Ankita Lokhande that had been in a long-term relationship with SSR. Sushant Singh Rajput once said to Ankita that he couldn’t bear the humiliation and humiliation of society. Ankita further said that movie mafias banned SSR and his mind had been broken by stuttering. She also said that those writing blind items wrote that no action could be taken against movie mafias.
#MeToo accusations against SSR
Kangana Ranaut gave a fitting reply to the accusations of #MeToo against the charming SSR. She said in a tweet that his death proved how people were isolated, they went into depression and took such drastic steps like ending their lives. She further wrote that people in depression found death as the only remedy to their pain and suffering. It was in 2018 when a case of fake #MeToo was raised against SSR.
Shekhar Suman met SSR’s father
Shekhar Suman went to Bihar with Sandip Singh to meet SSR’s family. The veteran actor offered his condolences for the departed soul and comforted the grieving family. The actor later tweeted a photo of SSR’s father and said that he met with SSR’s father.
Farhan Akhtar on SSR’s death
Actor and filmmaker Farhan Akhtar couldn’t prevent his emotions from coming out after learning about untimely demise of SSR. He said that he was enraged at the treatment of SSR’s family. He even called the unfolding of event after the actor’s death as circus.
In an interview, he Called SSR’s death as one of the greatest tragedies that he could think of in those times. And it was a tremendous loss to the fraternity. Also, he said that SSR’s death reignited the discussion over nepotism and mental health in the showbiz world.