Sushant Singh Rajput gets into an ugly spat with senior Journalist at Raabta trailer launch

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Recently, Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon launched the trailer of their upcoming film Raabta. During this time when the cast of the film was interacting with the media, the situation became something serious.

Sushant Singh Rajput gets into an ugly spat with senior Journalist at Raabta trailer launch 3

According to sources, A journalist asked about their views on Kulbhushan Jadhav, the navy man who was recently sentenced to death by a Pakistani court.

Kriti was heard telling Dinesh Vijan she isn’t interested to comment on it while Sushant didn’t even react. It was going on fine after that but another reporter in the front row, wasn’t happy with no for an answer. So she argued why don’t public figures like actors comment on such matters of national concern.

Initially, Sushant tried to calmly make the lady understand but when she was hell bent on getting a reaction, Sushant lost his cool. The actor can be heard saying, “I think nobody should give his or her opinion if they are not very well informed about the topic. And because it is a very very sensitive thing one should be responsible enough to know the facts!”

He added, “To say yes condemn or no condemn, you need to be responsible enough to know the facts related to it.”

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When the journalist probed further, saying that the actor should have an opinion since the issue was of national importance, Rajput replied testily, “Why is it so wrong? Should I ask you a few questions related to national interest? Would you know all the answers?”

The actor’s co-star from “Raabta”, Jim Sarbh, interjected, saying, “Maybe we have not read enough to give a proper answer.”

The reporter told the team that she didn’t have to respond to Rajput’s question since she was not a public figure.

“It is nowhere written that a public figure should know everything,” the actor retorted.

Everyone present at the event was stunned at Sushant’s sudden change in behaviour.

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