Mumbai: The fire of Nepotism has builded up in Bollywood, Outsiders targeting Karan Johar for favouring the starkids for launching them in his Big budget films. After the shocking death of Sushant Singh Rajput, fans wants justice for the actor and it is said to be the reason for his suicide.
I didn’t know Sushant personally. Never met him or spoke to him. My only connection to him was through his movies. I’ve heard him being referred to in words far less charitable than ‘wannabe’. Bollywood is gifted at picking on people and making them arbitrarily feel like they don’t belong, that they will never belong, like they are permanently going to be on the outside, looking in.
Why did the so-called industry ‘insiders’ who claim to have known about Sushant’s volatility not care enough for him? Why would they often ridicule him and throw jabs at him?
Often the lines between thoughtful critique and gleeful rebuke are blurred.
I strongly feel that it’s time to abolish culture, a monster that feeds on hostility and has an insatiable appetite to be the first one to pinpoint and call out ‘problematic’ people & beliefs.
When we actively create a culture of crushing loneliness, fear and open hostility, where a person’s worth is almost entirely determined by the opinions & perceptions of strangers, we also make the world too difficult to keep living in for far too many among us.
Deactivating our digital touchpoints to dodge negativity in the virtual world is highly commendable!
But what about those who are cornered, bullied, suppressed, manipulated, humiliated, discriminated day after day in the physical world regardless of their competence?
We may not be handing the Sushants of the world the rope ourselves, but we’re certainly contributing to a culture that’s egging them on to reach for it.
The bold actress Sherlyn Chopra never falls back to take her stand to injustice she has tweeted about and giving the message out loud, check out her tweets.
Sushant Singh Rajput: Boycott Karan Johar, YRF films, Salman Khan – Sign the Petition! https://t.co/bezceJ6XXj via @ChangeOrg_India
Merit over Privilege
Equality over Nepotism
Justice over Prejudice
Integrity over Corruption
Encouragement over Suppression #JusticeForSushant
— Sherni (@SherlynChopra) June 17, 2020
Somebody should take a firm, relentless, unequivocal stand against nepotism, discrimination, favouritism, corruption and prejudice.. WE ARE THAT SOMEBODY!!! 🤟💪 #integrityovercorruption #competenceovernepotism #justiceoverprejudice
— Sherni (@SherlynChopra) June 20, 2020
. @sonamakapoor जी, कृपया सुशांत जी की फ़िल्में देखिए, आपका सिनेमा में टेस्ट निश्चित रूप से अपग्रेड होगा..
वो कितने आकर्षक और गुणवान थे, आप को बख़ूबी समझ में आएगा..#MeritOverPrivilege #EqualityOverNepotism#JusticeOverPrejudice #IntegrityOverCorruption#JusticeForSushant 🙌⭐️ https://t.co/eAnUNcjCr8
— Sherni (@SherlynChopra) June 19, 2020
Thanks @kamaalrkhan for being a whistleblower ⭐️
ताउम्र आईना साफ़ करता रहा..
दाग़ मेरे चेहरे पे था..
मसला कुछ ऐसा है इन लोगों का..
— Sherni (@SherlynChopra) June 18, 2020
Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead at his home in Mumbai’s Bandra on June 14. He died by suicide and was said to be under stress and depression for some months.
A police investigation is currently underway in his death case. His family members, close friends, including Rhea Chakraborty and work associates have been interrogated.