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Sushant Singh Rajput's Friend Sandip Singh Says That Are Making A Drama Out Of His Death
Sandip Singh expresses his disappointed through an interview on how some celebrities created a drama out of his death.
Sushant Singh Rajput in a throwback (courtesy officialsandipssingh)
New Delhi: Bollywood's late actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away a few weeks ago. It is still hard to believe for most of us that he is no more. Many viewers and netizens are to date sharing his pictures and videos from the films he has worked in. Sushant was found dead in his apartment on 14 June 2020. His family and friends are still struggling with the fact that he is no more.
His death arose a debate about nepotism among social media. His fans in social media claimed that many Bollywood celebrities practice nepotism and the 'outsiders' are not treated well or aren't given equal opportunities like some of the star kids.
Recently in an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Sushant Singh Rajput's friend Sandip Singh shared that how some people created a drama out of his death. While recalling the day of Sushant Singh Rajput's funeral, he shared that when he returned home from the funeral ceremony he received several calls and messages from some Bollywood celebrities who were complaining that they were didn't invited at the funeral.
He said, "People created a drama out of his death, he did not like such things. I was about to go for a bath after I came home from the last rites and I got a few phone calls and messages asking me why I did not invite them to the funeral! I got messages ‘we are powerful people, you have not invited us’. I mean, what goes on in the minds of these people? Shocking!”
He also revealed how Ekta Kapoor and Randeep Hooda came at the funeral when they wouldn't even be invited. He said, "Ekta Kapoor had been dragged into a controversy but she was there on her own. Shraddha Kapoor, Randeep Hooda, all of them came despite the rains and cried right there, they did not need an invitation for a funeral. More than his death, I am hurt by the things people are doing,”
He asked everyone to not bother Sushant Singh Rajput's family during these days and give them some privacy. Please understand the pain of his family and leave them alone.” he added.
Sushant Singh Rajput passed away by committing suicide. He hung himself from the ceiling of his house in Mumbai on 14th of June 2020. The postmortem reports say that he was suffering from depression for the last 6 months. The media, social media, netizens, and his family claims that the reason behind is depression can be professional rivalries.