Sushant Singh Rajput's fans are demanding people to boycott against Salman Khan, Karan Johar Johar, and Alia Bhatt demanding a ban against the films of these celebrities in their state.
Sushant Singh Rajput death case: The sudden and untimely death of Sushant Sing Rajput has not left his family and close friends in grief but also sent shockwaves across Bollywood. The versatile actor was suffering from depression since the last six months committed suicide at his residence in Bandra Mumbai on June 14th.
As soon as the news of his death broke out, his fans took to social media to expressing their condolences and starting sharing emotional posts. The fans started criticising Bollywood celebrities who stood by nepotism in the industry. The effigies of many well-known actors were set on fire like Salman Khan, Alia Bhat, and Karan Johar in Bihar. According to reports, the people in Patna are demanding a ban against the films of these actors in their state.
The Kai Po Che actor was known to be one of the fine young talents in the industry known for his breathtaking performances in movies like M.S Dhoni, ChhiChhore, PK, and many more. As reports suggest the actor lost many projects due to nepotism existing in the industry. While police are interrogating people who were close to Sushant trying to find out the cause behind the actor’s dire step to commit suicide. Sushant’s fans have requested the makers of his last film ‘Dil Bechara’ to release it in theatres rather than on an online platform as a tribute to the actor.
Sushant was also known for his keen interest in physics and astronomy. He was an engineering student at Delhi College of Engineering dropped out of college before he took to acting. However, this could not hold his passion for science. Recently after his demise, a Cambridge school took to social media and recalled her short meeting with Sushant when she accidentally bumped into him at an airport. The scholar had mistaken him for a physicist. both ended talking for about 5 hours.
The PhD scholar named Naramata Datta shared how she met Sushant by chance about two years ago and discussed the DNA n X-ray crystallography method at the airport.
“We had hours to kill before our flight. I sat down with a beer n he politely asked if he could join me. Then we got into talking and a lot of it. He is such a delightful person,” Naramata recalled.