Sidharth Shukla’s sudden death has made shocking waves throughout social media and in the film and TV industry. Adding to this, the inordinate media inclusion particularly of the entertainer’s funeral rituals has been quite upsetting and disturbing for some.
Numerous Bollywood entertainers too voiced their viewpoint on the equivalent. Talking about which, Kriti Sanon as of late took to her Instagram handle to offer her viewpoint on the heartless media and their photography competition on the late entertainer’s funeral and crying family.
She used strong words to condemn the insensitivity by media people and wrote,
“Breaks my heart to see our media, photographers and even online portals being so insensitive. Shameful! This isn’t “News”, nor is it “Entertainment”! some boundaries! Have a conscience! Said it before, Saying it again! STOP covering funerals!”
She went on to add :
“Stop hounding people who are dealing with personal loss by flashing your camera in their face at their most vulnerable time ! And for what? A few posts? Online portals and channels are equally at fault” Take a stand, DON’T post those pictures and videos ! Stop faking sensitivity by just writing “Heartbreaking” in the captions of such inhuman insensitive posts.”
Prior in the day, Anushka Sharma too intensified on Zakir Khan’s post on celebs deaths being transformed into a ‘tamasha’ by the media. Taking to her Instagram handle, Anushka shared Zakir’s post with regards to how a big name’s passing is transformed into a tamasha by the media.
The poetry, roughly translated into English, read, “They don’t consider you an individual. Not on the grounds that there aren’t any lines or limits. Your dead body isn’t a body without a soul, however a chance to click pictures. The most that they can click. It’s like how individuals attempt to take earthenware from houses consuming in an uproar. Since from that point onward, of what use will you be? Probably, 10 pictures, five news pieces, three recordings, two stories, one post. That is it.”