Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi wrote a heartbreaking message after coming back from late actor Sushant Singh Rajput‘s funeral. Yesterday, Vivek Oberoi attended the last rites of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput‘s to pay him tribute. Sushant‘s sudden demise has left the entire nation shocked.
The actor passed away at the age 34, on Sunday June 14. Sushant had committed suicide at his Mumbai residence, as per police reports. His body found hanging in his room. Police officials haven’t recovered any suicide note from the place. However, the entire matter is still being investigated.
The late actor’s funeral is to take place today in a crematorium in Vile Parle. Several Celebrities such as Rhea Chakraborty, Kriti Sanon, Shraddha Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao, Varun Sharma, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Vivek Oberoi, Krystle D’Souza, Arjun Bijlani, Ekta Kapoor among others arrived there to pay their last respects.
After coming back from Sushant‘s funeral, Vivek took to his social media handle and wrote a heart-wrenching message. In his post he mentioned that this is a wake up call for everyone. He said industry needs to change for the better.
Take a Look at his post:
Vivek Oberoi‘s note reads, “Being at Sushant‘s cremation today was so heartbreaking. I truly wish I could have shared my personal experience and helped him ease his pain. I’ve been through my own journey of pain, it can be very dark and lonely. But death is never the answer, suicide can never be a solution. I wish he stopped to think of his family, friends and the millions of fans who are feeling this tragic loss today..he would have realised how much people CARE! When I saw his father today, having to light the fire at the cremation, the pain in his eyes was unbearable, when I heard his sister weeping, begging him to come back, I can’t express how deeply tragic it felt.”
He further wrote, “I hope our industry that calls itself a family, does some serious introspection, we need to change for the better, we need to bitch less and care more, less power play and more grace and large heartedness, less ego trips and more acknowledgement for deserving talents, this family needs to truly become a family…a place where talent is nurtured and not crushed, a place where an artist feels appreciated and not manipulated. This is a wake up call for all of us. I will miss the ever smiling Sushant Singh Rajput, I pray God takes away all that pain you felt my brother and gives strength to your family to deal with their loss. I pray you are in a better place now, maybe we didn’t deserve you.”