After the petrifying news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide, on the 14th of June, several issues have caught up the immense fire. Nepotism is one such affair that we have been coming across in every alternate post while scrolling through social media. The citizens of this country who had a negligible association with this regard have suddenly got up to rage after Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise. Now the question arises, is it really nepotism that dodged SSR into taking such a huge step?
Kangana With Her Brutal Truth
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Well, after this incident a very drastic video hailed in from Kangana Ranaut’s Instagram account. In the video, she is expressing her grief towards this incident and has brought few very controversial matters. One such matter has been nepotism. Kangana, has allegedly accused the Bollywood for not accepting Sushant, because he was a complete outsider and that only the star kids could mark an ideal spot in this arena. She says it is nepotism that dragged Sushant Singh into the darkness of depression. She blames the journalism, where truth beholds no persistent value. She has marked out several disturbing news about Sushant that had been written by some agency in the recent times. She says those are the kind of news that could bring any man into an unstable emotional and mental stage. She also states, that she herself has been a victim of nepotism since a long time.
The Disruption in The State Of Bihar
In the recent times, something very muddled has come in the court of the chief judicial magistrate of Muzaffarpur, Bihar since Wednesday. A case has been filled against Salman Khan, Karan Johar, Aditya Chopra, Sajid Nadiawala, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Dinesh Vijan, T-series owner Bhusan Kumar and Ekta Kapoor. They believe that these people are responsible for the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. It has been stated that it isn’t a suicide but an allegedly planned and executed murder as there was no suicide note at SSR’s house. Kangana, Sushant’s Father and three other members are kept as witness for this case.
Amidst this pandemic. The demise of SSR has taken up a very controversial shape. Kangana has also quoted lines from Abhishek Kapoor’s post where he has mentioned that Sushantnt Singh used to be mentally disturbed while shooting Kedarnath. While one side of the coin is severely blaming nepotism, the other side tells another whole story.
If we flip on to the other side, we come across posts from Sushant’s dear ones, who have said that he was an introvert and kept things very personal. His best friends have said that he was someone who never really cared about who accepted him or not because he himself didn’t like dwelling around with a lot of people. Now the question triggers that when a person was that high on confidence and self-awareness how can nepotism pull him down? After his death, there were pictures that had revealed 50 goals that he had and reading them would never give you a hint that he was having suicidal thoughts lately. His close friends and family are deliberately asking everybody not to make him a matter of controversy and rather to let him rest in peace.
Do We Really Choose Nepotism Over Art?
Another side of the story says that, it is the audience who has been supporting nepotism. Kangana has mentioned about Sushant appealing to his fans to go and watch his movies else he shall be kicked out of the industry as he owned no go, father. This also indicates that it is we who chose to support a star kid in making his or her movie a blockbuster and not claiming for the talent of great artists like Sushant. Muddled up in all these varying views, this incident has gone up to a different level. Many are even calling Kangana as an opportunist for making way to put forth her agenda using Sushant’s death case. It is rather very tough to actually draw a conclusion to this suicide. With all these burning controversies, the suicide has left the whole country with a big unanswerable question mark.
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