The tragic death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has left his fans heartbroken. His angry fans are claiming that several big names in the Bollywood industry side-lined the late actor as he had no family connections or godfather in the movie industry.
The names Karan Johar and Salman Khan have become examples of extreme dirt and perversion in the Bollywood industry. Fans are slamming these biggies for ignoring talent and for promoting star kids. Also, several videos from old interviews and shows have been going viral on social media, where star kids can be seen either ignoring him or mocking him.
Meanwhile, Bollywood actor Shatrughan Sinha shared his views post Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death. As per the reports, Shatrughan Sinha wondered what must have prompted the late actor to take his life. He said:
“Only God knows what prompted a young handsome talented superstar like Sushant Singh Rajput to take his life. But why are we unnecessarily dragging this issue? Suddenly everyone is Sushant’s friend, offering two-bits on him. People whom Sushant had never met are an authority on his mental health. This must stop. Let Sushant rest in peace.”
He also shared his opinion on the ongoing debate on nepotism. Giving his view on the same, Shatrughan Sinha talked highly of Bollywood and praised how Bollywood welcomes people from across everywhere. He said:
“The debate on nepotism that’s being applied to Sushant’s career is just so irrelevant. The young man had a very successful career. And he was never made to feel like an outsider. This industry welcomes actors from everywhere , from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, everywhere. There is no discrimination here.”
Shatrughan Sinha also defended Karan Johar by saying that he isn’t a relative of most of the star kids he has launched. He said:
“Karan Johar is accused of nepotism. But Siddharth Malhotra was not any industry person’s son. Even Alia Bhatt is not Karan’s rishtedaar, so how is it nepotism? I think it’s time to put a lid on this absurd controversy. Because “
Giving an example of Ayushmann Khurrana, he said:
“Because you have Ayushmann Khurrana from the outside being welcomed, and then you have his brother being welcomed. I don’t know of any other industry in India that is so welcoming of outsiders.”