Kangana Ranaut is a Famous name in Bollywood for her speak up against nepotism and favoritism. She has released a video about the death of Sushant Singh Rajput on youtube telling the truth about his death. According to her the death of Sushant wasn’t a suicide but a planned murder. And the murderers are Media and the Movie Mafia who told the media to lynch Sushant.
Hindustan Times also reported that Rani Lakshmi Bai of Manikarnika movie has posted a video on her social media and told the harsh truth about the ‘movie mafia’, ‘media’ and ‘journalists’.
Kangna says that after analyzing the history of Sushant from his friends and family now it is clear to me that Sushant’s death is a ‘Systematic Murder”. Because of the media and journalists, Sushant’s mind was dismantled by the news that was spreading around.
Three more people are supporting her statements by saying,
“Sushant was anxious and tensed about the film industry.”
– Sushant’s Father
“It was a systematic dismantling of a fragile mind”
– Abhishek Kapoor
Sushant’s launching director
“Sushant couldn’t handle being socially insulted”
– Ankita Lokhande
Sushant’s long-term partner
Movie Mafia conspired against Sushant and banned him from movies. Some Journalists labeled him as a ‘narcissist’ who looks like a truck driver’. Some go beyond it and spread the news that Sushant attacked the director with a glass bottle after the party. Kangana says that the work of media was like ‘mental, emotional, and psychological lynching’.
She always mentions in her talk about the struggles that outsiders have to make to enter in Bollywood. She further said in the video that she was also a victim of this practice, as reported by India Today. She asks some thought-provoking questions about Sushant’s death. “People enjoy these news stories but have you thought why such things are not written about ‘nepo kids’?”
“The society enjoys the news on the television but will you enjoy the news if such things happen in your own house.”
Kangana is an outspoken actress who is well known for her straightforward talks about nepotism, favoritism, and the struggles through which the outsiders have to go through. If there is a truth in her talk then we have to do something about it as a society.