Heartbroken over Sushant Singh Rajput's death, his sister-in-law passes away

Henrietta Strickland
June 16, 2020

Sushant Singh Rajput's death has also triggered criticism of Bollywood's inner workings from a handful of industry voices, among them actors Ranvir Shorey, Nikhil Dwivedi and Vivek Oberoi, and filmmakers Abhinav Sinha and Shekhar Kapur.

Sushant's body was found hanging at his Bandra residence in Mumbai on Sunday and according to his post-mortem report the actor committed suicide. He was suffering from depression from the last six months and was undergoing treatment. Mr Rajput's death has provoked anger online, much of which has focused itself on allegations that powerful Bollywood banners and camps alienated the actor despite his obvious talent and many successful films. One among many celebrities was veteran actor Prakash Raj. "If nepotism can coexist (with outsiders), then it is not a problem". The statements of his friend Mahesh Shetty, Siddharth Pithani, Sushant's creative content manager, his housekeeper Deepesh Sawant, his cook, and the key maker, who unlocked the actor's bedroom, were recorded earlier.

Talking about the video of Sushant Singh Rajput, which Prakash Raj had shared, the former can be heard saying, "It is (Nepotism) is there and it is there everywhere". If Nepotism can co-exist, nothing would happen. Rajput was last seen in the Netflix film Drive where he shared screen space with Jacqueline Fernandez, Vikramjeet Virk and Sapna Pabbi. A Hindi remake of 2014 released Hollywood hit "The Fault In Our Stars".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

Discuss This Article