Zareen Khan had entered Bollywood in the year 2010. The 33-year-old featured in some big banner movies like Veer, Ready, and Housefull 2. However, her career dwindled after that as she has not been a part of any blockbuster film. Her work in Hate Story 3 received much appreciation in 2014. Still, she has not been able to establish herself as a leading Bollywood Diva.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has opened up the debate of nepotism issues in Bollywood once again, as fans feel that a few people control the entire industry. Several outsiders have voiced their opinions on this matter, and even Zareen Khan shared her view on Twitter recently.
The Aksar 2 actress wrote:
“There are so many WHYs in my head right now.. Why does a person have to die for the world to understand his/her worth? Why is a person not appreciated when he/she is alive, the way he/she is after being no more? Why do all people have no idea about the person’s life, have so many opinions and things to say when that person is dead? Why is being a genius/having a High IQ identified as being mentally ill/unstable? Why has social media become the validation of your happiness and the identification of your grief? Why has the world turned so cruel that a person’s death has become a money making/ TRP garnering business? Why, Why, Why… just Why?”
The first two questions even touched the topic of Irrfan Khan’s death. The actor was very underrated when he was alive, but on the day of his death, he became the entire nation’s talking point. The fans would have even noted that the Instagram followers of Khan and Sushant received a significant boost after their death.
Khan even slammed the news channels for interfering in the personal lives of Sushant’s relatives at a time when they received such a huge shock. Also, she pointed out that one should understand social media was not the only way to judge a person. The person portrays that everything is perfect in his life on social media. However, the same may not be accurate. The death of a 16-year-old Tik Tok star further solidifies that claim.
Hence, the Twitter users lauded her for her logical questions. Here are some of the best reactions:
This question applies to every human being and whoever was not respected or treated ill#Remember the karma will follows them and at somepoint that person will have to take the same.
— Kranthi Kumar (@kranthiboini) June 26, 2020
Why…bcoz the world is selfish.. They are talking about sushant bcoz he was a celebrity. And other side how many labourers have died on road..People speak where they see their benefit…. So the answer is…Selfish World.. pic.twitter.com/s7PU5pskxV
— Shad Ali (@shadalimzn) June 25, 2020
Bitter truth with your WHY'S
— Saifullah Khan AFridi (@SaifKhOfficial) June 24, 2020
Because some people are filled with hate and have almost black heart, thats why some good people left all behind and lost their hope for fair chance and choose to go, coz they couldnot live with they pain and the people let them fall down so easily thats why..
— ❤Yasmin❤ (@BeingLove48) June 24, 2020
Bcz mame We are in 21st Century. We don't know the reason behind suicide/Murder but Involving each and everyone from Bollywood. The Soul already departed but some of us are busy in gaining TRPs.After SSR death we assumed he is in Depression bcz of Trolls and now we are doing same
— Piyush (@Iamdahdude) June 24, 2020
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