Actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in the apartment in Mumbai in 2020. His untimely demise was determined as suicide, leading to an outpouring of grief from fans. Now Sushant's sister Meetu Singh has remembered her brother in an Instagram post, and said, “Sushant's Brahmastra is enough to destroy Bollywood.”
Sharing a photo of the late actor, Meetu wrote, “Sushant’s Brahmastra is enough to destroy this Bollywood. Bollywood has always wanted to dictate the public, never stopping to show mutual respect and humility. How can we let people like this be the face of our country, which is so rich in moral values? Their sorry attempt of winning the public’s love with pretentiousness has failed. Quality and moral values are the only thing that’ll win admiration and respect.”
The late actor’s sister also shared a video of SSR, in which he is seen talking at IIT Bombay. She captioned it, “Everybody recognises Sushant and his genius, but his own industry, Bollywood, failed to acknowledge his great understanding towards life and it’s mechanism; truly a tragedy. I’m really grateful to this Swedish YouTuber pewdiepie (Felix) for this heart-warming tribute for my only prince (SSR). It is very rewarding to see my brother being appreciated and cherished. Bollywood killed Sushant out of jealousy and insecurity and now Sushant lives in every household. Each and every family fights for Sushant as their own son."
Here's the video:
Everybody recognizes Sushant n his genius but his own industry, Bollywood, failed to acknowledge his great understanding towards life and it’s mechanism, truly a tragedy. OnlyIf CBI Performed InSSRCase pic.twitter.com/oJN3OLifaR— Meetu Singh (@divinemitz) September 10, 2022
Following Sushant death in 2020, the CBI was tasked to probe the actor's death from many aspects. After his demise, his Patna residence was transformed into his memorial with the late actor's telescope, books, guitar and other personal things.
Sushant made his Bollywood breakthrough with Kai Po Che and gathered a lot of popularity after his biggest success M S Dhoni - The Untold Story. His last big-screen appearance before his death was Chhichhore, which was released in 2019 and was a hit.
The actor was last seen in director Mukesh Chhabra's Dil Bechara opposite Sanjana Sanghi, which was the official remake of the novel The fault in our stars; the film went for an OTT release.
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