Maharashtra Political Party: Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece: Saamna claims that it had approached Late Sushant Singh Rajput for George Fernandes biopic, but he was ‘mentally unstable’ at the time and as a result wasn’t called for auditions.
Giving a political color to Bollywood Star: Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece ‘Saamna’ alleged that Sushant Singh Rajput had not been murdered.
It has been over 2 weeks to Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely demise and news about the actor bagging various films are coming forward regularly (this wasn’t the case when Sushant was alive). In one of such incidents, an editorial piece in Shiv Sena’s ‘Saamna’ claimed that even though it approached Sushant for George Fernandes biopic, the actor could not be cast because he was ‘mentally unstable’ at the time.
After knowing about the rumors that Sushant was responsible for destroying his career, Shiv Sena stepped back from casting the actor in George Fernandes biopic.
Shiv Sena a.k.a. Saamna said,
“We had shortlisted 2-3 actors for it. Sushant was one of them. But I was informed that despite being a talented actor he is not mentally stable right now. He is depressed. He behaves weirdly on the set that creates a problem for everyone. Some people in the industry say Sushant himself destroyed his career,”
Saamna also revealed this information to the public that,
“Sushant was in isolation for a few days. He was mentally not stable. ‘Due to failure,’ he committed suicide at his Bandra residence. This has exposed the mafia system and nepotism of Bollywood.”
Claiming that Sushant Singh Rajput was financially stable at the time of death and thus he was ‘not murdered’, the piece further read,
“Kangana Ranaut exposed the face of nepotism in Bollywood, Sonu Nigam also raised his voice. But the point to be noted is that new people do come in this industry, they make a name for themself, only hard work is what matters here. The struggle is a part, people who stay and continue with their efforts, make a name for themselves.”