An open letter from a Hindi film viewer: Why did I watch Ranbir on KWK & not Sushant Singh Rajput's interview?

Sushant Singh Rajput's death by suicide has indeed brought about many questions on the fore, and with this open letter, an ardent Hindi film viewer, raises some hard-hitting questions about the industry and his demise.
The death of an artist and the soul of a nation: An open letter from an average Hindi film viewer The death of an artist and the soul of a nation: An open letter from an average Hindi film viewer
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It was during the course of my first month outside India that I started realising that whatever I had been shown in our films about life in the West and how us Indians lived in the West, in particular, was all a big lie. The Raichands of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, the Kapoors and Patels of Kal Ho Naa Ho, the Prakashes and Kapoors of Hum Tum, the Talwars and Sarans of Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. It started dawning upon me slowly that I wasn’t going to wear the kind of clothes they wore, own the kind of houses they owned, deal only with the kind of problems they had to deal with, and live, put simply, the kind of life that any of them lived. It occurred to me that I had forgotten conveniently what filmmaker Mira Nair had pointed out to Karan Johar no less on the latter’s talk show. I had not paid heed to her when she pointed out that most Indians in the West did not live in the manner portrayed in his films. And that one is more likely to see an Indian woman struggling to grasp the way to dress to keep herself warm on that first western winter and wearing, in truth, her husband’s oversized coat as she made that trip on foot to her local launderette. In other words, she would have no Manish Malhotra standing beside her to pick out and put together for her a wardrobe that consisted of the choicest of the season’s Couture and Prêt-à-porter.

And I remember expecting to see, as I was being driven home from the airport on my first trip back to India a few years later, all the streets swept clean, all waste swept out of sight. I had hoped to see, without having done anything whatsoever to help achieve it, all slums vanish from existence and replaced by decent housing, all sewage flowing underneath the ground on well-planned and laid out networks of pipes. All Indians paid well, all traffic in order. I had, in other words, hoped to see the streets of Aaja Nachle, of Bunty Aur Babli, and Fanaa, and parts of Veer-Zaara, and Dil To Pagal Hai before them all, and of course Mohabbatein, and Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai and even Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. A nostalgic India, an India of dreams that those Indians that lived outside it were particularly fond of - an India built either overseas or in one of the studio lots, an India, where the very worst thing that can happen to you is having your heart broken by a beautiful man or a woman; an India where all its people and places, their lives and languages and their dreams and goals are sanitised, perfumed, blow-dried and colour-saturated.

This is the India of mainstream Bollywood, a mythical land created, nurtured and populated by the Chopras and the Johar, aided and abetted by the Khans, the Kapoors and everyone else who wanted to be them, making works of mythology that people like me have worshipped at the altar of. An India that has since seeped into the mainstream screens of almost all Indian languages. A place in which, when viewed from where I and my kind are, actors’ existences are validated when they are invited to Koffee with Karan, and their success is certified when they find a spot in one of the lists in its Rapid Fire Round. A place where the worst thing an actor can do is to not be able to speak fluent unthinking English. And not just any English but the kind of lingo that the trendy in-crowd spoke, where everyone is light-skinned, and gym-toned and wrote catchy captions to accompany their everyday Instagram posts.

This is the Bollywood that doesn’t appear to have had a place for the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput to find his peace in. And if the validation or not by such a place could have meant as much as it did to a young man who was clearly as smart, and talented, and hard-working as he was, though as clearly as he thought, spoke as intelligently as he spoke, what does it say about someone like me who has put this place in a pedestal so high, so revered, so unrivalled, so almighty? I watch an interview of his from three years ago on and I ask myself, why did I not see it when it was first put out. Why did I choose to see an interview of say, Ranbir Kapoor multiple times instead? I see Mr Singh Rajput talk with such sophistication about the philosophy behind original thought and honest expression, and I ask myself why I chose to be amused instead by Mr Kapoor ask what the word Misogyny meant in another interview. I see the look on interviewer's face as she hears Mr Singh Rajput speak, seems to sense that he is a misfit in the place he has chosen to be in, that he is too deep, too sensitive, too passionate for the crowd he is amongst and I find myself overcome with emotion when she asks him what he does for fun. He reads, he says, just to have a different take on things. And that is his fun, and that is the man who is no more. A man who I now realise, far from being beneath a spot on a Koffee episode couch, was in fact, far too bright, far too rational, far too smart to be expected to wrestle in its muddy pit.

And I ask myself, what is the true value of the place that has let down a man like Sushant Singh Rajput. And what part have I, you, and everyone like us played in making it our most powerful cultural institution?

Is not the purpose of culture to hold a mirror up to its people, except the mirror now acts like it is too precious to reflect, or to even be held by those very people. And the truth slowly dawns upon me, that we too, are Frankenstein, and we have helped create a monster. Now, where do we go from here? What do we do with this monster? In this age of Time’s Up, and Me Too, and Black Lives Matter, when cultural institutions all over the world are having urgent conversations about diversity and inclusivity in terms of class, colour, race, gender, where is the true Indian Soul, if, in fact, there is still such a thing?

By Shiva Karthik

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Anonymous 11 months ago

I have similar feelings. Though it was not that I had not noticed the acting skills of Sushant, I simply had never tried to know what kind of person he really was...To me he was just some bollywood hero like the others. After his death the more I come to know about him, watch his interviews, I realize what a wonderful person he was and I feel guilty...And this guilt won't go until he gets justice

Anonymous 11 months ago

I feel the same way. Sushant’s interviews from three years back is so deep, so intelligent and there is so much to learning in his though process.

Anonymous 11 months ago

I have asked myself the same question. Couldn't find the answer though.100 times watching Pk didn't lead me to do research on Sushant Singh Rajput. 1 time Barfi lead me to Ranbir Kapoor. We are shaped in what should be seen, even though we want to see new things. We are in need of new shapes - being misfits the better ones. But even misfits leads us to believe in a real fit. They, themselves, are also shaped in being what one should be - and they also aim to be like Ranbirs and Sharukhs, otherwise, why a misfits would idealize those so much? What was this crazy passion on Sharukhan - one who seems to also work under a limited confort zone? Sushant was really a deep profound analytical bright mind. He seemed to be filled with an inherited love (from an extremely loved child and person) but, still, I wonder, by watching his interviews, if validation for him was not a synonim of being fit. And if it was, there lies the answer, at least for me, of why I have seen Ranbir and not a Sushant: efforts to fit in a place which you don't belong to are difficult to see when effortlessly one just fit in. But effortlessly misfits, fitting in in their non-place is another level of a conversation. I would add those thoughts to your great article.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Nicely written article. There is no one like Sushant Singh Rajput in Bollywood so far in terms of intelligence and knowledge. Hope talent get recognized in Bollywood.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Having now watched almost all interviews of Sushant Singh Rajput on YouTube, his movies, and his songs, it is CLEAR that this man was a sheer genius— unmatched talent, deeply passionate, and supremely well-read and intelligent. Also, clearly an introvert trying to adjust as an extrovert in the movie world. Alas, I only discovered SSR after his death, and I’m now completely hooked to who he was, what he stood for, and his work. I can’t get over the fact that, in the end, it seems this vulnerable, fragile artist, in the throes of depression, ended up giving up on life. Depression is complicated & layered, and we may never understand what drove SSR to suicide. However, based simply on what I’ve seen & perceived through all those interview videos I’ve watched relentlessly for over a week now, SSR was not only NOT WELCOMED but RIDICULED by the apparent “stars” of Bollywood. Why? Because he was considered an oddball? His quirky, eccentric mannerisms & personalities stand out, sure, but those unique qualities, as with his other such profoundly brilliant qualities, should have been celebrated & cherished. And, NOT used to ostracise him. Apart from a handful of actors, directors, & interviewers (god bless Soha Ali Khan, Bhumi Padnekar, Siddharth Kanan, Manoj Bajpayee, Shekhar Kapur, Abhishek Kapoor, Shoma Chaudhary...), who seem to recognise his talent, empathise, and show gratitude for his contributions, it is utterly painful to watch SSR get ridiculed — some directly

Anonymous 12 months ago

It’s murder for sure .....NOT suicide !!

Anonymous 12 months ago

Why, because of targeted and effective PR. It's all about the money. Talent management teams ensure that their stars are seen and heard every where at every opportunity, even in the art house space. Getting yourself promoted in this unregulated Bollywood which the writer has correctly called a muddy pit is like finding your way through a minefield. This is where talented stars like Sushant are at a disadvantage compared to the established stars and the star kids. They have access to the best. It will be an uphill task to change this system. We should be careful what we wish for. Content no doubt is getting better now with socially relevant themes but most movies that are somewhat worth watching have a talented outsider partnered with a star kid. It's convenient. If the movie works the PR team ensures that the star kid gets the lion share of the credit. If it doesn't then the talented outsiders take the flak. All this debate around nepotism and bullying will sadly subside in a few days and we will be back to square one. There has to be an independent space within the Hindi film industry which will not be BOLLYWOOD which purely promotes genuine talent. Let this be a parallel cinema movement of the 21st century. I don't mind if there are fewer movies coming out of this space as long as it has quality. I grew up watching the brilliant movies of Shyam Benegal, Gulzar and the likes. I still hold Amol Palekar's Choti Si Baat, Baaton Baaton Mein and Rajnigandha close to my heart. Ja

Anonymous 12 months ago

Shiv Karthik you have put in the apt set of words, sentence , questions and emotions of every India affected by the Late Sushan't Singh's demise. Very Well written .

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sushanth RIP wherever you are. We will miss your beautiful smile. I read through the comments and sad to note that non have understood the meaning of life. Life is not a bed of roses as old saying goes. Life is to face upto ups and downs which is constant in anyones life be it bollywood, kolywood hollywood and make it a point to overcome the obstacles. Noone is always successful or failures in life. Why I cant accept what Sushant did, (if he did commited suicide) he had everything in his life other than a genuine caring girlfriend. He was successful, had financial security, education and a very expensive hobby (astronomy) to keep him occupied. He had his loving father and siblings who cared for him and faithful dogs who loved him unconditionally. I think he is the only actor who had completed acting in almost 13 films with so short a time of 6 years in film industry. Isn't it something to be proud of and to be celebrated? Noone put the opportunity on your lap. You have to work hard for it without blaming others in the film industry. I am sure all the actors and actresses had to go through rejections and hardships at sometime or other and have overcome it and made it to the top. Had the suicide is the only option if you are not successful, then half of indians should be dead by now. Take for an instance the people who marched home to remote villages hundreds of kilometers away when lockdown was announced and even gave birth on the move did not given up on life but walked on

Anonymous 12 months ago

Very well written article. Sushant’s passing has indeed affected us because we could relate to him. A middle class boy aspiring to be an astronomer who found his calling in acting. In an ideal world his talent would have been nurtured and rewarded but we live in a society based on a flawed value system which shuns meritocracy and rewards mediocrity. Nepotism is a product of this system. It stems from the fear of taking risks. Sushant was a rare actor who was also brilliant and sensitive, something the Bollywood establishment wasn’t used to. They felt threatened and he became a marked man. The tragedy is that he got labelled as mentally fragile whereas it is the Bollywood establishment that needs counselling for narcissism and delusion.

Anonymous 12 months ago

The problem for the fellow started when he was given a casteist surname, and he decided to carry even after becoming adult, and then the struggle to validate putrid fiction. He was sensitive alright but the deviant society had no value for these including the fact that people with such casteist reference should even be encouraged in civilized setting. Primitive Indians find themselves messed up at all the crucial turning. Pity.

Anonymous 12 months ago

A well written article. Resonates with Indians living everywhere. It still makes me angry when I hear someone from “Bollywood” says Indian movies provide escapism to Indians (read poor). I would rather watch movies that makes me think and give a different perspective. Jaded love stories with plastic actors is not a real India. Thanks to actor like Shushant.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I can relate to this article. I watched SushantSinghRajput interviews and watched his all movies at present. I am thinking why I missed his interviews earlier. He was so intelligent guy, so much to learn from him. His Chichore movie is so brilliant. I found it better than Sanju and Gully boys then how I missed it. Why it was not equally publicized, why no award for that brilliant movie. The way I used to love bollywood earlier, now I am feeling that this place is just fake.

Anonymous 12 months ago

The movies that you have mentioned are outdated. Things have changed a lot with the arrival of Netflix, Amazon Prime and other OTT's. Movies are getting more realistic. Almost all the production houses are producing better movies content wise. Its wrong perception that only a star kid can make a movie HIT.. There are many character actors, technicians, writers, directors involved in a successful movie. we should start appreciating and celebrating their talents too. Media should also change its attitude and treat all with respect. And please stop trolling and abusing celebrities. Star kids or Not. All are people end of the day.. We dont want another actor/actress doing what Sushanth did. In this Corona time Staying at home is making people go crazy..Im sure all the producers and star kids in Bollywood have got a strong message by now.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Such a well written article. I am just as sad as you are. I liked sushant but I was not a die hard fan of him. I don't like bollywood much neither do I follow KWK. I have watched a few SRK episodes but that was eons ago. But recently I have been feeling so low because of Sushant's demise, because I know in my core he was a GREAT MAN, HONEST MAN, KIND, PURE , EMPATHETIC, HONEST. I don't think any other death would've affected me this much, but losing Sushant feels like a lost someone close to me. It's personal because he was one of us.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I remember one episode of koffee with Karan where Sonam said I don’t want to hang around with boys from bollywood because they don’t talk about books n travels and their intelligent quotient is below avg. To that Karan agreed you will not find intelligent boys in bollywood. And Sushant was a fresh of breath air in bollywood drama who read books, watched moon .. basically an intelligent guy... well written article I agree with the writer who says it’s time we think of inclusivity . This is a me too moment in its own... this is a black lives matter moment in its own... and it is publics responsibility our responsibility to watch ethically now where everyone is included... if we as a world can recognise s*xism and racism a problem then nepotism is a problem too!

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has shaken the entire country - movie buffs and non-movie buffs alike. It is heart breaking. At a fundamental level, if one rationalises, the anger people are feeling is not because star kids get more publicity, are promoted better, get meatier roles. It’s because the people believe the industry systematically stifled and killed this talent. The sad part is he was perhaps too passionate, sensitive, too intelligent and not a thick skinned person who allowed this to get to him. My take on the reasons he was crushed: 1. His upcoming popularity & boy next door image posed a big threat to existing stars like Ranveer & others being promoted by Karan Kohar & yrf camp, Salman Khan camp 2. His intelligence, humility and high emotional quotient was unnerving for them. They didn’t know how to deal with this straightforward guy. They are too used to a culture of back stabbing and bitchiness. 3. The ‘star culture’ driven production houses decided to systematically dismantle his confidence through horrible, mean, heartbreaking media reviews of his movies. There would many unknown reasons for his depression, the known reason is Bollywood’s crass, mean and sickening behaviour towards him - way, way beyond any acceptable norm.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Excellent article and I agree that we have all contributed to this mediocre movies and songs coming out of the Hindi film industry. I hope the coming of Netflix, Amazon and Hotstar/ Disney will bring change some of the bollywood family mafia.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I am glad I watched his movies Infact most of it barring byomkesh and sonchirya. Seen 4 of his movies in theatre as I was a fan of his acting since his television days. What broke me was I never made an effort to learn about his other side thats his personal life. This is where I guess we all failed, the media always highlighted his negative attitude which was all by the people who hated him. So much bad was written about him that people judged him and that's what I guess broke his willpower and spirit. The criticism of his movie drive and fact that it came in Netflix is what I heard hurt him a lot. The failure of that movie was then used as a tool by the monsters within Bollywood to defame him, snatch his good projects and they completely isolated him. They also further branded him as mental, debauched, alcoholic and what not all to ensure his downfall. The girls he dated also I guess didn't make a point to understand him as a person and even the last one I don't think she was also the right choice. Wish destiny had kept him and ankita together maybe he would have that strong support. Having said all this I will never ever watch these khan's movies, boycott these shit and instead watch movies of real talent.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sushant’s death is a wake up call for audience who just go to watch movie by just hearing name of actor.. while they mostly give crap films with no story no acting.. I have decided to not watch any crap films but will go to watch movie to see the talent of actors who really work hard..

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sad....actually it’s we the common man of India given the power to such monsters....who are this so called celebrities without us. ... a true respect to SSR’s soul is boycott movies of khans chopras n johars... watch movies of the budding directors n actors without any filmy background

Anonymous 12 months ago

Very well written . We realize the importance of a person one's he is gone forever.infact we being an audience r equally responsible for watching talentlesss actor movies first . Well we have lost a talented extremely talented , versatile actor .but is it a death by sucide? The evidence says it is not and we all feel it's not a sucide but a murder. A strong man ,talented ,clear in his thoughts nd vision can never attempt a sucide. CBI enquiry is must . Otherwise this case will be also closed like earlier cases in Bollywood. We want justice.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Ji bilkul nayaay hona chahiye ... Y Khan jo apne aap ko superstars kehte h paise ki taqat ne inhe andha kar rakha respect kaise krte h wo to inhe pata hi nahi... Salman ,sharukh or karan johr ka boycott karna chahiye taki inhe sbak mile. ...

Anonymous 12 months ago

Well written, fine. But the article itself is the reflection of what is wrong with the Indian society. The writer and people like him (and me too) form the mainstream. Those who don't know English and are from the vernacular section, are outcasts. They will never be accepted in the mainstream till they fully convert to it. Shahrukh may have been an outsider but his children are nowhere near outsiders now. If Sushant had "settled" down, married some heroine with bollywood connections (like Akshay), he would have been happily accepted into the fold. But he chose to rebel and that will never be tolerated. Not in Bollywood, not anywhere else. This is the curse the English left us. We have used it to create a class divide which is very very difficult to break. Look at China and Korea. They have become great countries without anyone speaking English. By ignoring our vernaculars we have closed the mainstream to 95% of the population and made a secure world of our own.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Bollywood is selling people their dreams.They pay to watch their dreams on screen.They can’t pay to watch the reality they live day in and out. Very well analyzed opinion by mr shiva.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Yes , this has compelled us to think if something could have been done before we lost this soul? Of course on a second thought I strongly feel this wasn’t a suicide. Sting evidences are there to prove it.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I simply see myself when I see shushant ,as I only now learnt his passion and hoby and take on life . I never thought he is in love with space flights and rocket and space because he never broke in during any online debate on Apollo moon landings or even chandrayaan 2 trouble some final approach to the moon surface using only middle engine for last 30 feet. He simply went among wrong people world the "Mumbai movie industry" I am sure he must be with us as if he would be in to studying or working with space agencies. I only know about him after his death . Sad sad sad for me .

Anonymous 12 months ago

Same here. Bollywood mafia media mafia mistreated him. They never highlighted who the real sushant was. He was genius. He was brilliant. Just because i am not into cricket i never matches MS Dhoni. Now i saw one of his interview, he told he had a questionare prepare by him. He asked 250 questions to know the psyche of that man. We lost a gem of a persone ho would have been so useful to human kind.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I was so right when I stopped watching Bollywood films years ago & I never never give any attention to those petty chat shows & their interviews,not a Bollywood fans.Only watch good movies & I like couple of actors ,He was one of them.I liked him since his tv days where he even played a second lead.In fact after long time I watched a Hindi movie in theater that was Chhichhore & it was my last.after long time I satisfied by a Bollywood movie.& it was blockbuster but totally ignored by industry people. I was so happy for Sushant that he finally got a good script & delivered his best. Those powerful people have aggressive PR teams who promote them a lot & it was audience's fault that they give them lots of attention. Hopefully now people will wake up & stop pampering those over rated stars.Glad that I never give much attention to them sadly lots of people gave them lots of attention & ignored real talent. So glad that I never followed them nor waste a single penny on their movies.

Anonymous 12 months ago

i like this piece of article .. well articulated! by Shiva Karthik... True ...you know I was thinking the same .. what part have we and everyone like us played in making it our most powerful cultural institution?....... Time to wake up and change .. sorry Sushant Sorry Sorry very Sorry ... we build this whole thing and so someone like me who never watched any of your movies ( nor seen PK as well bcos i am a bit slow in catching up to new movies ) , I was brooding over his demise from 14th - 21st June completely . and even now ... love you sweet brother .. may people watch your movies so much that you become immortal ...................

Anonymous 12 months ago

Very well put into words. We have indeed created a monster but the good thing is that we can put it to rest. Let’s take a vow to not watch sub-standard cinema.

Anonymous 12 months ago

"And the truth slowly dawns upon me, that we too, are Frankenstein, and we have helped create a monster. Now, where do we go from here?"

Anonymous 12 months ago

" And the truth slowly dawns upon me, that we too, are Frankenstein, and we have helped create a monster. Now, where do we go from here?" This line hits on a different level.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Why was an actor of such Caliber looking for validation from a small talk show host

Anonymous 12 months ago

Very immature article, a movie is not a documentary. I think it is people like you who perhaps inadvertently place a gossip timepass show like CWK on a pedestal & crib about it at the same time

Anonymous 12 months ago

It's the public who makes the 'Star', so in a way we individually play a part too. But than the power is still in the hands of the 'Public' to break it too... We want the change than we have to make the change...

Anonymous 12 months ago

So true, even i wondered are we to blame as a society for not looking at movies and people that had far more depth and the wisdom than someone so mediocre like ranbir whose talent was celebrated though sushant was younger 2 ranbir and far more intelligent

Anonymous 12 months ago

It sums up everyone’s feeling...the glitter and glamour of this garbage must be cleaned up. I, as an overseas fan knew about SSR only few months ago, through his passion for astrophysics, must say I saw his one movie, and fell in love with him but thought he won’t make it far as he doesn’t have any connection, compared to Sara (how right was I?), as I left India, I also left Bollywood, few years after I got more familiar with Hollywood, which is totally genius and very different entertainment. I only will go back to Bollywood for movies like Badla or Drishyam and Kedarnath as I am lord shiva devotee (I know it’s crazy but loved the cinematography of this movie). I hope that after the outage and loss, we must learn and boycott all self-claimed talent based who are measured on number of brand endorsements, big productions. We must be the change, which we plan to see in this industry

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sushant, you are god's gift to us all and will always remain in our hearts forever.

Anonymous 12 months ago

so true!! Is there true Indian culture left??

Anonymous 12 months ago

After his death knowing Sushant Singh Rajput so deep now makes me realize why I did not watch more of his films or why we didn't get to see him more often on screen for the fact remains that he wasn't offered what he deserved more than these opportunistic products of nepotisms. I know its too late but I apologize to you Sushant. We all just grieved like we lost one of our family members but did not celebrate your life like one. I think this grief will always remain in my heart. This is such a wonderfully written letter that one can connect.

Anonymous 12 months ago

It's me speaking. Thanks for giving me voice.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I am so touched after reading this. I didn't even know that he had won a National Olympiad in Physics and that he had turned down a Stanford University scholarship so he could pursue his dream of acting which would one day lead to his untimely death. Those who have played with him, manipulated him over the years will pay heavy as Karma is still alive. I don't wish anything bad for them but they do deserve our INDIFFERENCE. Rather than wishing ill things over them lets give them least of our attention so they sink into Oblivion where they deserve to be.

Anonymous 12 months ago

heart breaking to read this. Sushant deserved better.

Anonymous 12 months ago

So well articulated. Great tribute to a great man. I am in tears. We have collectively failed SSR. I have been grieving all week, reading about him and watching his interviews. I love him more now and hardly know him before this tragedy. How could we have prevented this unspeakable tragedy? So smart, well read, versatile, intelligent and so humble. We must not ignore the fact that he absolutely lacked a good support system leading upto this tragedy. If he was being treated, was he under close supervision and being monitored ? Did he have a good therapist? Nepotism pushed him off the cliff but he sure was struggling for quite sometime and perhaps did not have the support he needed. # Stop the stigma # Mental health matters

Anonymous 12 months ago

Shiva Kartik is on point! I am a South African Indian and felt the very same about Bollywood as you did. Sadly enough we are part of corruption of this system, we Indians from all over the world have supported this world of magic and make believe. I age where realism is in thing we have supported unrealistic notions. It's very sad for all of us as part of this human race.

Anonymous 12 months ago

So beautifully written. We indeed have created a monster and Bollywood has become a system where few individuals could make over 100’s crores per week by monopolising theatres, publicity and stars. It’s only audience that can change it now and make it a fair field again for everyone.

Anonymous 12 months ago

If the flag bearers of nepotism are d culprits then so are we. We are d ones who have encouraged these idiots.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Touched. Beautiful write up. It's from the heart, I could feel.

Anonymous 12 months ago

bingo! every part resonated with me

Anonymous 12 months ago

Rightly said...we all are responsible.

Anonymous 12 months ago

The bed room height, the cloth used for hanging and the strangulation mark all just doesnt seem to add up.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Boycott to show the power is in your hands not theirs. Dont like articles where they are promoting nepo kids.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Bollywood is trying to hush up the case like Anupama chopra. Masand has gone on mute mode. They hate a vigilant public. They hate it when people dig for the dirt.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Dear Sushant As a fighter you would had fought braverily to change the culture of bollywood. People memories are short.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Very well written Shiva. It’s sad how we get to know about people once they are dead. To be honest so many have come and gone too, but this one seems impossible to get over.

Anonymous 12 months ago

You have pinned down my thoughts in your letter...I think everyone should read it...most of us feel the same. I feel guilty why did u ignore him when he was alive...I was also at fault.i choose to see some idiots ..instead of some genuine person...but not now ..I feel sick when I se any of the star kids on TV...I chose not to watch any of them in big screen...

Anonymous 12 months ago

What a letter.What you said is absolutely true.The only thing we can do is to boycott these bigwigs who are responsible for his death.

Anonymous 12 months ago

We can boycott Johar Khan

Anonymous 12 months ago

Emotionally put. Lost the multi talented intelligent hero.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Awesome. Brought tears too!

Anonymous 12 months ago

Bought tears to my eyes when you mentioned his interviews. I wondered why I didn't follow him earlier too. All we can do now is to unlearn what they taught us, and learn to support more like him.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Where do we go from here? We ask the sponsors of these so call stars why are you not becoming equal opportunity company instead of creating a fair environment why are they supporting a mafia. We need to ask this to media too. Already media showing chalta hai it happens in all spheres etc. Point it out shout at these. We need to give an open environment to encourage real talent. Point out to the sponsors

Anonymous 12 months ago

If Sushant would have stayed and persisted he would have been a wonderful story teller. He didn't explore this part of his personality. He could have made wonderful science fiction movies or other rational stories. But Sad.

Anonymous 12 months ago

So well written.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I remember an episode of twinkle khanna where kj says chlorophyll is something that's put in swimming pools, such Is their knowledge, a bit of mugged up show off and a little bit of English topped with loads of drama. This new story abt sushant being depressed and having given up seems to be another propoganda what if it's murder masked as suicide, his ex manager died mysteriously jumping off the 14th floor during a party, the blacklisting, the spreading of stories. Mental torture, the maligning campaigns all result in abetment of suicide if Shahrukh khan made it big we know it coz he was famously in great friendship with kjo.. ASH was already famous as miss World and had Salman as beau, the ones who don't lick ass are sidelined, they are forgotten later after their careers are manipulated. Labelling him as psychotic depressed and saying he committed suicide, I can't believe someone who was more keen in studying physics could have easily left movies but his being adamant to stay on and fight it out seems to have angered these self appointed bosses of Bollywood. Bw and the underworld have been hand in glove since a long time.. You never know, so. Many people get threats for being outsiders if they don't agree with the bigwigs they are ousted unceremoniously.. The star kids have more flops but someone like sonam getting national award for neeraja.. Ranveer playing gully boy and getting so many awards when chichore was a far better movie in all aspects. Dont accuse the departed

Anonymous 12 months ago

So true! He’s too too intelligent! Gone too soon

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sushant singh rajput was a pure and genuine.Person He didn't know how to be a pet Dog for movie Mafia, and move his tael by their order and lick them. Look at Ranveer Singh he goes to ground and lick Bansali's feet. He made him a God. And he is with Deepika padukone for fame and business. He was not that madly in love but knew how to become big. She was a already a successful actress. It was all scripted for him to become famous. Salman khan is backing Murder Sooraj pancholi and ruined many people 's lives. Being Human is a cover up. Karan Johar is match maker and selfish bad Man. Yash Chopra was a good but his Son is a mad bad Man. Bansali' is mean and only famous for stealing stories and cast same people again and again. He thinks he is a God can make anyone big. STOP WATCHING THERE MOVIES AND SHOWS. DON'T LET ANY OTHER SUSHANT SINGH RAJPUT DIE. THE POWER IS IN YOUR HAND PUBLUC MAKE THEM. NOW DESTROY THEM. They all killed him. And now we all have to be United for justice and put them all down.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Definitely, we must show them their places. They are just entertainer....

Anonymous 12 months ago

So true.... i can't sleep properly from 6 days .. we lost a true gem.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Absolutely beautifully written..totally agree...I stopped watching KWK ... it was hopeless literally..

Anonymous 12 months ago

Guys are you a joke? Boycott...nepotism....kwk....shah rukh and shahid insulted???.... Are you all serious? It was his choice to finish his life and not to seek for help. Nothing to do with nepotism. Not all star kids became a star but none of them ended their life, Abhishek Bachan, Twinkle Khanna, sanjay kapoor, sunny bobby esha Deols and much more, their all had flops and found themselves in something else, some actors and actresses who had a success in one or two films and went down as well a loooot, raveena, mumta, baghiya shree, vivek mushran, and they had a big success 20 years back and dissappeared from screens but havent ended their lives. He killed himself, no one did. You cant blame no one but him. You dont have to feel sorry for such irresponsible act. Suicide is weakness and selfishness. A lot of people giving him a respect like he did something heroic which is sad. If he was so literrate (as so much people mentioning) he would probably know that he is in depression and seek for professional help. Find yourself in another sphere but suicide, come on yaar you are a man. Everyone will be standing and feeling sorry for what he did will be opening doors for other sushants to suicide and become a hero. Suicide is never a solution, today he is in everyone's talks tomorrow he will be forgotten. He could be a writer, tv show host, spokesperson but ....

Anonymous 12 months ago

What if it was a well planned murder, should fans brush it off under the carpet by giving the name suicide due to depression, have little sense!!

Anonymous 12 months ago

How can you be so sure that it was a suicide, what if he had been killed.. He himself said he would take a camera and make short films if he didn't get movies he wasn't bothered abt money.. He was more interested in physics and spoke abt spirituality, meditated worked out, enjoyed and took all the insults in stride, despite having no Godfather he succeeded..this nonsense abt being psychotic cooked up by a particular director is for his own selfish interest, a person so fond of writing would have definitely left a suicide note. This Bollywood is hand in glove with underworld mafia if they find a person who stands up against them they may get him killed.. And name it a suicide.. Jia khan, divya bharti are a few other casualties. This happy go lucky person may have been depressed and who doesn't.. Especially in the cut throat competitive world of showbiz.. Do star kids get written badly by the paid media houses like an outsider.. Do they get insulted for their accents dance lack of English language skills on award shows.. Do they get avoided and ignored at parties.. They get everything on a platter.. As for Ash.. She was connected to Salman after being famous as miss world.. Shahrukh khan was a 'good friendv of kjo lick ass if one is an outsider to survive or you perish..

Anonymous 12 months ago

It’s true that ending the life wasn’t heroic But the circumstances that made by some big shots which lead to his depression n finally his suicide can’t be ignored To mention just watch the koffe with Karan episodes mentioning Sushant .. it hurts Karan Johar never bothered to invite Sushant on his chat show but he left no stone u turned to mock Sushant ..a sensitive person like Sushant might have surely felt insulted ..be the so called issue with sooraj pancholi followed by an interference by Salman and the issues with Karan Johar regarding the movie drive and issues with Yash Raj films for allowing Ranveer to act in Ramleela and not letting Sushant saying he is their Production house talent all might have lead to the conspiracy and boycott of Suchant.. Many common boys dreams of becoming an actor is murdere to I believe along with Sushant

Anonymous 12 months ago

Did it really take, some watching again, of episodes of Koffee with Karan and the Bollywood films for the author to understand that their glitzy world is all sham? If this is really so, and not a tear-jerker being written just because of the unfortunate manner in which Sushant Singh Rajput ended his life, then I question this writer's emotional intelligence, his maturity and rationality. Does it really take his suicide for Bollywood fans to understand it is all a sham? Then you guys must go and have some therapy sessions with a counsellor, because you are out of touch with reality.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Meri jahen mein jo thi...sarakuch apne likh diya...thanks...

Anonymous 12 months ago

Nepotism exists in Bollywood is not a lie but truth. When star kids and only star kids are served in movies with no stories and no acting talent, the movie viewer is left with no option but to see them. No sympathisers found among the lobby of so called bollywood owners such as Shatrughan Sinha who too hales from Bihar proves nepotism does exist as he played the easy role to induct his daughter Sonakshi and never bothered to introduce any bihari in the cine world. Shatrughan Sinha thanks for proving your selfishness of doing nothing for your home state and only playing politics to become CM there and working hard to promote Sonakshi's movies. Not even a word of condolence for Sushant's family. Thank you bollywood for proving Indian cinema goer a fool.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Shahrukh khan Ranveer Singh Deepika padukone Priyanka chopra Anushka sharma Aishwarya rai Ayushman khurana Akshay kumar(highest earning bollywood hero) These are all really big stars in bollywood who had no film background in their family and still made it big. So the assumption that only nepotism works in bollywood would be too black and white. World is full of greys. Nepotism might get star kids 1 or 2 movies but public decides if they stay for long. Its pretty much the same in all professions in life. Most parents want their kids to be well off in life. If they can help them settle in the profession they understand they will do their best to make it happen. Ask yourself if you are a doctor and can get your child to be one too, is it wrong or is it nepotism. At the end of the day the star kids might get their first break more easily but whether they become stars is up to the success of the movies they act in. My deepest condolences to sushant# family may he rest in peace. Suicide is in my opinion an escape from responsibilities. Reasons for doing so are not know in this case. But everyone of us faces bad things in our professional lives, we are not just our careers we are somuch more than just that part of our life. Just blaming profession and ppl linked to the profession is too simplistic an approach to take to something as big as mental health disorder. And yes a person who goes to the extreme step of suicide was most definitely suffering from some form of mental healt

Anonymous 12 months ago

Public can only decide when movie comes to box office but what if not coming to screen only. Then how public will decide...tell?

Anonymous 12 months ago

U know sometimes it is better to shut up u will realize the sadness of suicide wen it happens to a near and dear one not everyone is strong , many young children commit suicide because ty r bullied, criticizing and acting powerful & strong is not the solution, we should hv strong counselling centres for suicide Guidence, a young talented person is gone respect instead of showing ur powerful self , fear god we don’t know what someone goes through,

Anonymous 12 months ago

Dear, if a person won't get enough movies or if the producers don't let him in their movies then how the public would know about that person, how will people decide about that person? Why Tushar Kapoor is still offered movies when no one likes his acting but Sushant was cheated for his 7 signed movies inspite giving many hits?

Anonymous 12 months ago

One rational person in all the hate and madness around. Thank you for showing me hope that there are sensible people around. Unfortunately most people only want to see bad in others and spread hate.

Anonymous 12 months ago

You are an idiot who still doesn’t get it. They deliberately oppressed him to an extent which caused him to suffer depression

Anonymous 12 months ago

Bro so in meetoo moment not all women faced harassment so does that mean those who suffered from it and exposes is too black and white? What logic duh! Mindsets like yours is poison for the society change yourself or go in vain don't put ur rubbish ideas!

Anonymous 12 months ago

First of all, Ranveer Singh is not an outsider let us start there. If we loo l at the ratio of outsiders vs insiders, it would be ignorant to even think that nepotism is not ruling the business today. Nepotism doesn't just give you 1 or 2 films. It gives you media visibility, the best PR, the best grooming, best connections, best gym trainers, best dieticians, best treatmemts, and the best debut. Not to mention, the best scripts and meaty roles are reserved for starkids. The only thing they have to do is attend workshops and perform. But even through That, people like Arjun Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi, are below average performers. They continue to get work despite their lack of talent. These people lobby for roles even when things are easily handed to them. As for suicide, it is not an easy way out. Please be more sensitive towards mental illness. Imagine how dark the mind has to become for someone to feel that dying is better than living. Taking your own life is not easy either. It's painful. But somehow the mind is convinced that the pain of dying is less than the pain of living. Just food for thought. You look at thinks every one dimensionally. Let us not encourage or defend nepotism because it isn't something to be proud of.

Anonymous 12 months ago

They made it on there own by getting associated with banners and groups. Sushant did not have that luxury Deepak was launched by shah rukh Shah rukh launched by hema malini When you have big names behind you the journey is a little different If you see the work done by Sushant he should have been launched by shiva Where the hell is Mr bachcan I am$ so angry at him for not being a mentor and like a typical male taking the approach of It not our problem it's someone's else's and let's just look at ourselves first

Anonymous 12 months ago

Pls All dont forget this loss.. we all must stand together and boycott these Rascals movies forever and let them die a natural death.. must not forget.. these people think this is just a passing phase and within 6 months everybody will forget this incident and all will again come and see our movies and we will continue to behave like goondas and rule on everyone... so pls forever if you want to finish them then pls do not see any of their movies.. let's make history forever written in history books that 7 production houses collapsed because they killed an innocent child SSR.. take a promise that we will never watch their movies or shows.. no big boss we will ban salman khan and big boss if he is going to host it... No Karan johar movies and no Koffee With Karan.. we will make it flop by not watching it.. love you SSR... justice will be done. .

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sushant was so sophisticated and literate and so well spoken.. his every sentence was so app..every filmy mother must be wishing a child like SSR... I wish I had a son like him.. instead of him God should have taken away the lives of people who troubled him .. you were precious..

Anonymous 12 months ago

Atleast taking late sushants case how nepotism works n der are gundas in film industry of ours we should boycott their films who abetted sushant into depression n his ex-gf rhea chakraborty ruthless girl who got involved with him for publicity n promoting her to film fraternity but in his last 4 days she seeing sushant was boycotted in 7/8 films she also left him in lurch to suffer n take this extreme step. It shows bollywood goons take only star kids n der family n coffee with karan show is der to promote these star kids. Hope some solid judgement comes up to punish these 8 goons n sushant n his family gets justice n not like me2 movement bold girl all criminals bought judiciary n den nothing happened

Anonymous 12 months ago

The way Bollywood Mafia promotes Ranbir Kapoor/Alia Bhatt/ Arjun Kapoor/ Sonam Kapoor/Kareena Kapoor Murderer and Criminal Salman Khan. Also, Murderer and Criminal Sooraj Pancholi and all the other Nepo Kids Sara ali Khan. Salman will put anyone in front of the camera he is a Thug and very bad goon. Sushant was not promoted at all he was black listed why the Nepo Kids are so special. People please wake up spend your money wisely and Boycott Garbage of Karan Johar/ Aditya Chopra/ Salman Khan/ Bhatt/Kapoors. Bollywood is full of lot of dirty filth we must clean it up. do not watch filthy and dirty movies made by these people.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Western influence in Bollywood is over the top. Watch how some of them talk/pose in KWK, being raised and lived in Mumbai it is hard for anyone to believe they do not have any Hindi accent. There was one KWK episode that I literally tuned off due to my inability to tolerate superficiality, Malika A. talking to Aamir. Go look at her face, pose and accent , if you want to know what I am talking about. What do they think they look like? Why cannot they can be look good, dress up nice, talk fun but be natural.

Anonymous 12 months ago

People are spreading hate about the film industry . This is not the way to deal with a suicide.. Never justify a suicide.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Don’t think anyone is justifying suicide. People everywhere are trying to understand what led to it.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Very true. Great eye opener. We are as responsible for the toxic that Bollywood has become. The passion for movies has taken backseat to elitesim and we too are to blame. Time for us start demanding quality content rather than a break from our lives and into some pseudo modern Indian fantasy land.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I genuinely feel that among the starkids , Ranbir kapoor is genuinely talented and he deserves appreciation for his performances. He is far more better than Ananya, Alia or Sonam.His movies have flopped but those movies were not creepy/unsophisticated or meaningless. His work in Tamasha is quite inspiring. Besides, he doesnt really speak ill of anyone or not even said something nasty or insulted anyone in PUBLIC. He is really hard-working. So boycotting his movies will be unjust. Besides, even of we boycott movies, its not gonna harm the producers/actors since they have multiple other investments than movies like a hotel, fashion brand, etc. But those spot boys, camera men, dressmen would become jobless whose house runs on daily-basis since already due to lockdown their condition is not good. So, some crap movies should be boycotted but those movies which really appear to be good should be watched. I mean due to one person's mistake, we cant be unjust to other innocent ones. Anyways, Sushant should be given justice no matter what. Everyone has to pay for their sins one or the other day.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Justice for Sushant all the way. Boycott bollywood!

Anonymous 12 months ago

The fact is who has made the likes of Salman Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhatt & Karan Johar the stars that they are now ? Unfortunately the public have otherwise people like Salman Khan didnt have a chance can't act, can't dance & can't sing the only thing hes got going for him is taking his shirt off. Who made karan Johar popular his late father who handed him the company (who by the way probably can't look shushant singh rajput in the eyes due to his son) & the public by watching his movies & making them a hit. Alia bhatt has become a star by holding on to karan Johar's hand & ofcourse the public & let's not start on the likes of sonam Kapoor there's not enough words in the dictionary to describe her lack of acting skills & personality looks like the talent ended at anil Kapoor maybe someone should tell sonam that the only thing you inherit from your parents is genes not talent & personality!

Anonymous 12 months ago

I feel it is fair to expect higher quality of work from actors who have joined 15-20 yrs ago as they were tranings/schoolings available for acting/dancing and star kids had access to all the resources. But someone like Salman, it is unfair to blame. He happened to be an actor looking for job to uplift his family and the first film gave him high confidence as he turned into a national heartthrob overnite. unlike others, he has added many dimensions to his life and personality. He has honestly presented himself in from of national TV as simple he can be and how he is and people have loved him for his great work and whatever mistakes he may have made in life. He has been accepted by general public. Like us, he is no god, of course.

Anonymous 12 months ago

Sushant please come back! This place and its people are getting more and more disgusting.

Anonymous 12 months ago

KWK is the most toxic show ever! Star World was forced to chose KWK over Rendezvous with Simi Garewal. Hope it gets banned and we see Simi Garewal make a comeback with Rendezvous...

Anonymous 12 months ago

Believe it or not, I never watch any reality show, talk show or for that matter any show where truth is compromised and superficiality is the only thing that is adorned. Survival of the fittest becomes survival of the mightiest everywhere , not just bollywood.

Anonymous 12 months ago

#Bocott Bollywood Mafias #Boycott inhumans #SSR will never forget a human and actor like you....Rest in peace brother

Anonymous 12 months ago

#boycottKWK #boycottBhatts #JusticeforSSR #CallforBollywood2.0

Anonymous 12 months ago

Its a murder planned by Karan, Aditiya, Salman, SRK, Alia , Mahesh,Rhea, Mukesh, Ekta and others. May Karma will hit all of you so so hard. His innocent blood will not go waste Bollywood Mafia

Anonymous 12 months ago

Why will they do it it sorted who could not take it their is kirti karthiking and many other u are outsiders but are accepted u cannot blame anyone for this yams glutamine so did not have came to show aayushmaan came so late

Anonymous 12 months ago

Bollywood must reform. Please get justice for Sushant and Boycott Bollywood Mafia and most of the Nepo kids. Boycott Karan Johar/ YRF/ Salman Khan/Bhatt/ movies and Nepo kids Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor. Anayana Pandey plus lot more.

Anonymous 12 months ago

This is one of the most honest responses to Sushant Singh Rajput's death. We talk of the unrealistic world Karan Johar portrays in his films, we look down upon item numbers but secretly download those songs because it's 'trendy'. We laugh when Karan Johar and his ridiculous talk show airs and we see a star kid and his sister walk in, lap it all up and when their films air, we watch it knowing that its utter nonsense. We don't bat an eyelid for talented actors like Sushant Singh Rajput whose 'Chhichore' was perhaps the finest and perhaps more realistic than the nepotism brigade that was 'Student of the Year' series. Why? Because we have grown up on this nonsense and the reality is, we will continue to do this a month later when the furore around his death is done and dusted.

Anonymous 12 months ago

If RK marries Aalia , a lot of women in their families are in danger and kids too. Watch out for this creep Did anyone see the video, see where Me Bhatt is keeping his hand

Anonymous 12 months ago

Ranbir deserve someone like Alia only after what he did with Katrina. Katrina was the right girl for her but he lost her. He gave up to the pressure from his cunning and insecure mother

Anonymous 12 months ago

These idiotic movies made within family & friends should not be watched, people should not spend money on it. LET their families watch it & make them billionaire from their own money. Bloody double standard fu**ds

Anonymous 12 months ago

Can Pinkvilla please explain the logic behind the Guess Who? Blinds run by a certain Rajeev Masand? A trashy disgusting, vile space meant for character assassination. It is so easy to discredit a person under the cover of covert descriptions. How do you absolve yourself of promoting filth?

Anonymous 12 months ago

KKR show should not be made and if made should be boycotted completely

Anonymous 12 months ago

Very well put out thoughts about this absolutely fake bollywood fraternity.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I personally that he should have played the roll of the Shahid in Padmavat he would have portrayed it better since he was a Rajput and a bigger actor than Shahid Kapoor

Anonymous 12 months ago

Said kaboom is much bigger actor than sorry

Anonymous 12 months ago

A very good letter. I personally think I feel extra emotional and overwhelmed because I actually also feel guilty. I'm one of those who genuinely really liked Sushant, he was a core part of my teen years as my family and I would sit down and watch Pavitra Rishta together. When he got his first film and we saw a song of his on the big screen, I remember my dad marveling "yeh toh woh hai na! Pavitra Rishta wala! Manav!" I always thought he was a cute, humble human, but even I didn't watch all of his films. I had watched brief interviews of his, but not the longer, more insightful ones of his that I've been watching for the past couple of days. I too, would sometimes sit and watch those senseless KWK rapid fires for entertainment. I am guilty for appreciating this man to the proper extent AFTER his death...I wish I had been one of those who regularly commented on his pictures...watched his movies and interviews like a proper fan. He was so intelligent, his interviews have SUBSTANCE, it's not frivolous matters he talks about. It makes me cry that even though I WASN'T one of the vile people who believed the blinds about him and commented nasty things, i also wasn't the one who appreciated him ENOUGH. :'( --A.

Anonymous 12 months ago

I'm not sure why you chose to comment this under my comment... I'm not saying that Pavitra Rishta was content driven. What I said was that I just wish I'd supported this particular actor's films because I did appreciate him, but just didn't show it. Where does it say in my post that I'm calling Pavitra Rishta "realistic"? -A.

Anonymous 12 months ago

This is ironical. On the one hand people (and this article) is saying we should stop watching unrealistic and long drawn out dramas and start watching 'content' driven movies. And on the other hand we are still talking about an actor who was launched in a similar kind of television serial (Pavitra Rishta) and used that as his launch padnto Bollywood. Are we saying Pavitra Rishta was all content and realistic? Really?

Anonymous 12 months ago

So well put out!!!

Anonymous 12 months ago

I feel extremely sad to be a part of this huge bollywood monster as a viewer. To be responsible and be a sensible viewer would be my little contribution. Content must be our assessment and not go by malicious ratings .

Anonymous 12 months ago

Kjo Alia rk Mahesh Bhatt creeps . Will Mahesh Bhat make Ali or Ridhima sit on his lap ?

Anonymous 12 months ago

I'm proud of my rational mind that has kept me away from the likes of DDLJ or Johar movies. The only Varun Dhawan movie I saw in Theater was October. I feel Hindi-speaking Bollywood audiences are too naive and soap-operaish. Because when I compare Bollywood to Malayalam industry, the formers standard is too low. 8 out of 10 hindi movies riddled with bad script and poor acting.

Anonymous 12 months ago

So true!

Anonymous 12 months ago

I have a question to Kjo . 1. Why did you not question RK and Alia about RK mahira pics ,2 why not ask them about Mahesh Bhatt sitting on a girls lap who is of daughter Age

Anonymous 12 months ago

This B****HY show called koffee with karan should be Boycotted!!!

Anonymous 12 months ago

The show along with movie so produced by all these nepotism lot and those who are the roots of these big banners should be banned. These are absolutely inhuman and dirty filthy b........ds. Masses have the power. Let's all use it wisely

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