The country is in shock after the sudden demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput (SSR), and is still trying to digest the news. However, as SSR left the world, a lot of speculations are being made about why he took the extreme step like suicide.
And people on Twitter have begun calling out the nepotism prevailing in the industry for his death. As per a tweet by a social activist, SSR was begin neglected by the film industry just because he was not a star kid. And maybe that was the reason for his depression, which he was taking a treatment for.
In the tweet, Gaurav writes how SSR has once said in an interview that “no one invited him to their parties” and how Bollywood is not accepting him.
Another tweet that is being massively shared is from the KRK Box Office official Twitter account. The tweet was made on Feb 2020 and read that most of the famous production houses have boycotted SSR.
However, it can’t be assured if it’s true as the key person in Balaji, Ekta Kapoor, has recently shared a post tagging SSR wherein the latter also thanked Ekta. So maybe relation will Ekta were good (or maybe not) but there is no clarity about how the rest of the Bollywood was treating him.
Also, people have begun calling out Karan Johar too for being the “flag barrier of Nepotism” after a letter of some kind made it to the web. We don’t know what this letter is about or the source of it, but it claims that Karan’s office had once said to SSR that he can’t work with him because he is not a star.
Well, we don’t know if this is true or not, but Karan’s relation with nepotism has a long history and that needs no brainstorming. And if you need more reasons to believe that, then you might want to check out these videos where Kangana has accused him of nepotism on his face.
A person is hit a lot when he is deprived of doing what he loves the most. And though we never get to know how deeply rooted nepotism is in the industry or how it affects the people there, but seems like the reality is harsh down there.