Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14, 2020. According to the police reports, Sushant Singh Rajput was suffering from depression and committed suicide at his Mumbai apartment. The provisional post mortem report revealed that the cause of his death was asphyxia due to hanging.
Police officials haven’t recovered any suicide note from the place. However, the entire matter still investigating by police. The actor’s sudden demise has left the entire nation shocked. Many TV and Film actors expressed shock and grief over the actor’s tragic demise.
Recently, in an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Bigg Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla spoke about Sushant‘s sudden demise and nepotism in Bollywood.
Speaking about Sushant‘s tragic demise, Sidharth said, “I am acquainted we have met and partied a bit. But it’s not that we have been chatting on the phone or things like that. Whenever we have met we met very well and connected well. It was unbelievable for a person who has achieved so much and is so young for someone like him to take a step like that. It is disappointing that life has passed just like that. There was so much more than the man could do.”
Talking about nepotism in Bollywood, Sidharth said, “If you talk about nepotism in Bollywood as such. You need to understand it’s not a government job. It’s one person putting some money in making one of his creations. He or she would want the person that he or she feels is best for the job. And also feels that he or she will be committed enough to finish the job.”
Sidharth further went on to say, “I do not really disregard it okay, if it’s there. But I do understand that it’s fine because if I am putting my money. I’m going to put it into somebody I know will be worthy enough to finish the job. And sometimes it could be people from who I like or it could be anybody else. It’s my money when I’m putting, not government’s money that’s coming and I’m distributing it among everybody. And making it a point for everybody to be getting an equal share. So, I think even if it’s there its fine and it’s completely up to people out there. Their choice of actor or director or technician that they wish to have, best suited for their project. So, even if it does exist it’s all cool and it exists everywhere. I mean today in a government job people have reservations, right? So if there is nepotism there, it’s there everywhere in different forms.”