October 26, 2020

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Open Letter to all nepotism-bhakts and the blamers for Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide

Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide is a shock to everyone, and as he was a celeb, so different type of stories is coming out from every corner… but the real reason will only be known by the victim… what went actually wrong that he took such drastic step will be a mystery forever… just like it remained mystery of Jiah Khan, Kushal Punjabi, Pratyusha Banerjee, Kunal Singh, Nasifa Joseph and the list goes on…. People can only speculate, assume and blame…

Speculations and assumptions are coming like he might be having falling career, some problem would be there in love relationship, and so on. Blaming game started with heavy words like nepotism, industry didn’t support him and shit like that. To be open, Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt are trending for all the wrong reason. I am not denying the fact that nepotism doesn’t exist. Yes, it does exist. Even many celebs are confirmed this. For instance, Sara Alia Khan too said to us in her interview during Kedarnath promotions that nepotism do exist, because if it doesn’t then she wouldn’t have got Simmba before the release of his first film (Kedarnath). But I would like to say that nepotism existed from so very long in Bollywood. It’s nothing new. And tell me one industry or field where nepotism and politics is not happening? It’s happening everywhere, in every business, from small scale to big scale. And in film industry, nepotism and politics is not getting hit to strugglers, but it’s getting affected to even big stars and star-kids. Many such talented celebs too didn’t got support from the industry. Be it Imran Khan or Abhay Deol. And tell me one thing that biggies like Karan Johar and YRF are only the sole people who runs Bollywood?

Times have change, things are now different in the entertainment industry. Many industry people and even audience are considering talent first, and rest everything. And if not then actors like Ayushmann Khurrana, Kartik Aryan and Vicky Kaushal won’t be there in that position what they are today. Successful films of such celebs were not produced by these biggies. On the contrary, 5-films (Kesari, Kalank, SOTY 2, Drive and Good Newwz) were released last year and 1-film (Bhoot Part One) got released this year under Dharam Production banner. And out of these 6-films, only 2-film (Kesari and Good Newzz) was appreciated by the audience, and we all know why it got successful, because it starred and co-produced by Akshay Kumar. Rest all the films were DEBACLE. So what Karan Johar films? These days’ successful films are not produced from biggies. So why to blame those people? Their films and breaks are not that important now-a-days. So what’s the point blaming these biggies, when the world knows that actors are not dependant on them. In fact, no one’s career and life is dependent on someone else. There are number of opportunities available in every field and every platform. We all known that web-platform is at its peak and now even A-grade films are releasing on in it. One should think positive and focus on good things. Some fights back through this and some loses out. But blaming someone for this is not good.

Also, as I said earlier, nepotism and politics exist in every work of field – be it corporate world or any other. And so does suicides are happening in every field. Why people are not getting aggressive when an office employee commits suicide, why people are not getting this much mad when a student commits suicide, why people are not getting so angry when a farmer commits suicide? Why aren’t they blaming directly to MNC, Government Authority, or even a Minister? Why aren’t they blaming or unfollowing them on social-media? Why people are not filing case against them? Why aren’t they trending for all the wrong reasons? Is it because people are not daring to do make these people target, or probably have least interested in it? Or is it people from the film industry are always considered as soft-target and so they are easily getting bashed? Is it so easy to bash Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor and star-kids like Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Sonam Kapoor and so on…and not to bash any minister because of whom farmers committing suicide, or not to bash our education system or even some parents because of whom students facing mental pressure and committing suicide, or not to bash any corporate people because of whom an officegoer commit suicide? Don’t know, but according to me, it’s not fair that people are only raising their voice when an actor commits suicide, and not when a farmer, student, or someone from a corporate world. If you are not able to bash these people, then STFU! Come on, grow up people! Depression and mental trauma is not only being seen among actors who are struggling in the film industry, but it’s seen among people from every corner of field. It’s a world-issue!

And also understand that if someone commits suicide, then there might be several other reason as well… whether it’s Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide or someone else? But if we talk about SSR here, then I have already quoted earlier, what went actually wrong that he took such drastic step will be a mystery forever… just like it remained mystery of Jiah Khan, Kushal Punjabi, Pratyusha Banerjee, Kunal Singh, Nasifa Joseph and the list goes on. Blaming anyone for his suicide is just cruellest and meanest thing according to me. Blaming someone is not a solution, it’s just a form of aggression and anger coming out. And it would be fair enough, if the same kind of anger comes out when a student, farmer and other commits suicide. If not, then just stop blaming and leave his soul rest in peace. One should pray that his family gets strength, and cherish his movies and talent like a true fan.

In addition, there’s a lot going on in the world, in our India… Covid-19, economic crisis, Indo-China war and so on. People should stop blaming and bashing Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor, star-kids and should think on their personal problems.

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