The shocking demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has unraveled many questions in the film industry. What happened and why did no one notice that the actor was suffering from depression?

Sushant is a talented and dedicated actor who captured the hearts of the Tamil audience in the biopic of MS Dhoni. All his co-stars only have praises for him and his family can't believe the star has killed himself.

Speculations are rife that Sushant was an outsider to the Bollywood industry and faced discrimination. He was rarely spotted in the glitz and glam of Bollywood parties graced by the biggest celebrities.

It's reported that Bollywood has boycotted Sushant Singh because he came from the TV industry and literally has no connections to the who's who of the film industry.

Following these reports, netizens have been attacking celebrities like Alia Bhatt and Karan Johar who allegedly teased the actor for entering the Bollywood scene from the serials in the show 'Koffee with Karan'. Karan was accused as the 'flagbearer of nepotism' by actress Kangana Ranaut on his own show. She severely criticised him for supporting and acknowledging only the insiders of the industry.

Kangana who also comes from a non-filmy background, blames the media and Bollywood for Sushant's untimely death.

“Sushant’s only fault is that he believed them when they called him ‘worthless’. He didn’t remember what his mother told him. It is up to us now to decide who will write the history,” she said in a 2-minute video she posted. Full video here:

It is important to give talent their due. And if celebrities are struggling with personal and mental health issues, the media should try and emphasize with them, rather than making it difficult for them!

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We hope Sushant's soul rests in peace.

Source: Cine Ulagam & Hindustan Times
Photo Credit: Bollywood Life, Daiyaddaa & London GB