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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Hypocrisy In Bollywood Over Death Of Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput is dead and now anybody's good comments on his works, education etc won't act as a balm on his depressed mind. But the Bollywood hypocrites are not showing any signal to stop from showering condolences on social media. When the actor from Bihar was alive and needed mental support, he was side lined in the industry. 

One filmmaker from Bollywood, who also conducts a live show and pretends to be an intellectual once made fun of Sushant in his talk show because Sushant worked as a TV actor. Another actress was with the filmmaker. Both the anchor of the talk show and the actress are in this industry for the fathers. They are Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt. We don't think Alia has that much education and knowledge to understand Sushant's quality. Now Karan and Alia took their tweeter handle immediately after the death and Sushant and expressed their grief. All rubbish! Hello! please prove yourselves in any field apart from film industry to prove your capability. Here in the industry you people got the mileage due to your family background. Karan, stand in front of a mirror and answer yourself, how much you have achieved on your own. You people are living the lives of climbers.

Ace actress Kangana Ranaut is the first to raise the voice against Bollywood hypocrisy against Bollywood. Nepotism is very much present in Bollywood and actors without filmy background family are treated here as outsider.

‘Udaan’ actor Rajat Barmecha lashed out the hypocrites of Bollywood in his tweeter "Sushant Singh Rajput is no more and suddenly everyone has amazing things to say about him. Where are these people when the person is alive and actually needs to hear something good? Next time...Don’t just fucking say good things...mean them!"

 Actress Koena Mitra said that she was dejected when she read about how Sushant was treated by the industry. “Sushant was such a bright guy, good looking actor and he succeeded with good films. Despite that I read a statement that he was treated like an outsider, not invited at parties and weddings,” she said.

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