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Sushant Singh Rajput death: Shekhar Suman slams Bollywood’s hypocrisy

The untimely demise of Sushant Singh Rajput by suicide has kickstarted multiple debates about Bollywood. And well, everyone has been speaking up about the existence of nepotism and how deeply it is ingrained after all. Joining the likes of many others is yet another veteran actor. In a series of tweets, Shekhar Suman slams Bollywood for its hypocrisy.

Suman’s first tweet spoke about how the well know people have now hidden and ran into their holes. He wrote, “Film industry के सारे शेर बनने वाले कायर Sushant ke चाहनेवालों के केहर से,चूहे बनकर बिल में घुस gaye hain.मुखौटे गिर gaye hain..the hypocrites are exposed.Bihar and India won’t sit quiet till the culprits are punished. Bihar Zindabaad.”

While he did speak about a lot of other things in other tweets, his latest one is rather important. Though Shekhar Suman slams Bollywood, he has more to write about the actor’s demise. In another tweet he wrote about forming a forum for Sushant’s justice.

Shekhar Suman slams Bollywood with a series of tweets:

The tweet says, “Im forming a Forum called #justiceforSushantforum.where i implore just about ev one to pressurize the govt to launch a CBI inquiry into Sushant’s death,raise their voices against this kind of tyranny n gangism and tear down the mafias.i solicit your support.”

Sushant Singh Rajput‘s demise has brought a lot of things on the fore. However, what continues to be the centre of attention is all the things no one spoke about all this while. While Shekhar Suman slams Bollywood for its hypocrisy, there have been others too. The likes of Sonu Nigam, Kangana Ranaut and a few others have taken it upon themselves to make rather shocking revelations.

Sushant breathed his last on June 14, 2020, and died of suicide. The actor was due for his film Dil Bechara featuring Sanjana Sanghi in May 2020. However, the Coronavirus outbreak lead to a dealy and chance are the movie will now release on an OTT platform. None the less, fans have been demanding a theatre release for the film, and continue to do so!

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