Sushant Singh Rajput demise: Nikhil Dwivedi and Anubhav Sinha call out privileged clubs & industry hypocrites

Nikhil Dwivedi and Anubhav Sinha have penned down hard-hitting notes on Twitter post getting the news about Sushant Singh Rajput's death. The MS Dhoni star passed away on 14th June 2020.
Sushant Singh Rajput demise: Nikhil Dwivedi and Anubhav Sinha call out privileged clubs & industry hypocrites Sushant Singh Rajput demise: Nikhil Dwivedi and Anubhav Sinha call out privileged clubs & industry hypocrites
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Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has left the entertainment industry in deep shock. The actor passed away on Sunday i.e. 14th June 2020. As per reports by police officials, he had committed suicide at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. However, they haven’t recovered any kind of note from the place. Numerous celebs have taken to social media and mourned the loss of the talented actor who had given stellar performances in both the Indian television industry and the Bollywood film industry.

Actor and filmmaker Nikhil Dwivedi is upset over Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and has penned down a hard-hitting note on Twitter. Here is what he writes in his tweet, “At times our movie industry's hypocrisy gets to me. High &mighty announcing they shud ve kept in touch wth Sushant.. Cmon u didn't! &thts coz his career dipped. So STFU! R u in touch with Imran Khan, Abhay Deol &others? No! But u were, whn they were doing well.”

Check out Nikhil Dwivedi’s tweet below:

Another filmmaker, Anubhav Sinha has also taken a jibe at some of those mourning the actor's demise with a tweet that reads, "The Bollywood Privilege Club must sit down and think hard tonight. PS- Now don't ask me to elaborate any further."

Check out Anubhav Sinha's post below:

Sushant Singh Rajput initially began his journey in acting with the Indian television industry where he gave amazing performances in shows like Pavitra Rishta and Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil. The actor then made his official debut in Bollywood with the movie Kai Po Che. He was applauded again for his stellar performance in the biopic MS Dhoni: The Untold Story in which he played the role of the Indian skipper. Sushant’s last release was the movie Chhichhore co-starring Shraddha Kapoor.

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Anonymous 11 months ago

# BOYCOTT BOLLYWOOD AKA BULLYWOOD

Anonymous 11 months ago

Most of the comments are pointed ,quite rightly so, at KJO.

Anonymous 11 months ago

Why didn't they speak up when the person was alive? So does it need someone to lose their life so that people can go against such nexus? And how log will this last? After a couple of days everything will be hushed and the nexus gangs will go strong as before!

Anonymous 11 months ago

It’s Mr Karan Johar stating I wish I did this I wish I did that. Was Sushant ever invited to coffee with Karan inspire of amazing successes. Alia was invited twice in one season and Siddharth Malhotra inspite of no success gets invited for every season. Now he speaks... about Sushant.

Anonymous 11 months ago

It takes real guts and principles to speak out in a place like Bollywood. Good on you Nikhil and Anubhav. Sushant is irreplaceable. Bollywood is a cruel, cutthroat, callous, and calculating place where people are exploited extremely and shunned when they fail to deliver. Newcomers are consciously kept out so that a few hold on to their monopoly. So no new directors, script writers... So we see the same tired old formulaic shit movies. So outsiders like Sushant are deprived of acting in quality films. On top of that some phony camps backstab them and put out mean blinds. For a fact there are tormented, traumatized people in Bollywood. Is this what they want? And maybe he wasn't perfect, but it has cost us Sushant, our beautiful, dear boy.

Anonymous 11 months ago

What.. Really not most of the people were knowing what Sushant was suffering from so why to blame anyone. Let the cops do their work. RIP Sushant. You'll be missed.

Anonymous 11 months ago

It's high time, ppl saw the naked truth behind the facade of glitz and glamour!!!

Anonymous 11 months ago

All the nepokids should be ashamed of themselves. I hope they dont flaunt their so called struggle anymore.... That mukesh bhatt article where he mentions about sushant being considered for two of their movies but irony is that both went to same nepokid who has a string of flops..... The movie mafias, the nepotism that is deeply rooted is what killed sushant singh rajput.

Anonymous 11 months ago

I am glad others are speaking otherwise it had been kangana versus the whole bollywood.

Anonymous 11 months ago

Appreciate these short comments of solidarity. Good job to the club you now have blood on your hands. Enjoy the karma when it comes back to you all.

Anonymous 11 months ago

True! Glad someone spoke up about this. It was much needed

Anonymous 11 months ago

Atleast some one had guts!!