Kangana Ranaut Slams Bollywood For Sushant’s Untimely Demise

“Sushant Singh Rajput’s Only Fault Was That He Believed The People Who Called Him Worthless”. These were the words that Kangana Ranaut used after she slammed Bollywood for the untimely demise of Sushant.

Kangana Ranaut took to her social media pages & posted a video wherein she slammed Bollywood and said Sushant Singh Rajput didn’t get his due. Kangana lashed out at the film industry for giving Sushant an unfair treatment.

Kangana Ranaut Sushant’s Demise
Kangana Ranaut Sushant’s Demise

The Kai Po Che actor’s death by suicide left the whole nation in a state of shock and Kangana said that Sushant didn’t get his due even after delivering both incredible performances and box office success. Kangana even said that Chhichhore deserved all accolades and not Gully Boy, during the 2019 award season.

Kangana could be heard saying in the video,

“How can a person who has scored a scholarship to Stanford University be mentally weak? Why wasn’t his debut performance in Kai Po Che acknowledged? Why did a terrible film like Gully Boy win all the awards when a spectacular movie like Chhichhore was ignored?”

Kangana was also angry about several blind items penned by media outlets, wherein Sushant was allegedly called ‘psychotic’.

Kangana Ranaut

An angry Manikarnika actor didn’t stop at that and said,

“Why are these people trying to put these ideas in my head? Was (Sushant’s death) a suicide or a planned murder? Sushant’s only fault is that he believed them when they called him ‘worthless’. He didn’t remember what his mother told him. It is up to us now to decide who will write the history.”

Have a look at the video below:

On the other hand, after Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt paid condolences to Sushant Singh Rajput, netizens called them out and tagged them as ‘hypocrites’.

Kangana Ranaut Sushant’s Demise
Kangana Ranaut Sushant’s Demise

Sushant’s last on-screen outing was Karan Johar backed Drive which was a Netflix original film. His last movie will be Dil Bechara which is the Hindi version of ‘The Fault in our Stars’.


Gaurav Gupta

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