Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise has stunned the entire film industry. Everyone in Bollywood is in shock and are expressing grief over his death.
The actor committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan. He was reportedly suffering from clinical depression.
Actress Kangana Ranaut who has previously talked about the issue has recently released another video this time around, she is going all out against the ‘movie mafia’.
Kangana Ranaut slams movie mafia
The actress in a 2.31-minute video touched upon subjects ranging from Sushant’s death by suicide to calling out blind items, making allegations against journalists, “movie mafia” and “nepo-kids.”
Kangana’s fan page captioned the video as, “Emotional, psychological, and mental lynching on an individual happens openly and we all are all guilty of watching it silently. Is blaming the system enough? Will there ever be change? Are we going to see a monumental shift in the narrative on how outsiders are treated? (sic).”
In the video, Kangana claimed, “I have never spoken about all that has been written about me but when the wrote ill about a freedom fighter, I confronted that journalist. And that overnight four senior journalists made a guild against me and declared that my film should be banned, flopped,”
She went on to add, “3000 journalists ganged up against one girl and the society doesn’t say anything, the law doesn’t say anything. I tried to file a case against them but they disappeared a month later, my film released and they disappeared.”
Wile once again drawing references to the blind items, she said, “When you read this, have you ever wondered why this is not written about nepo kids?”
Sushant Singh Rajput was much loved for his performances on the small screen as well as in movies. His last screen appearance was Nitesh Tiwari-directed 2019 film “Chhichhore”.