Prakash Raj questions industry post Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise: Will we learn and not let such dreams die?

Prakash Raj mentioned in his tweet that he had been the victim of nepotism but somehow survived it but unfortunately, Sushant Singh Rajput couldn’t.
Prakash Raj questions industry post Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise: Will we learn and not let such dreams die?
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Bollywood’s young and talented actor Sushant Singh Rajput demise has sent shock waves through Bollywood and across the entire nation. Also, Sushant’s death has started a serious discussion on the mental health of stars and nepotism in the industry. According to reports, Sushant ended his life due to depression and a lot of things in personal space. Many Bollywood stars took to Twitter and have slammed the existence of nepotism in the industry. Among many, South and Bollywood star Prakash Raj has questioned industry post Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise. 

Prakash Raj also mentioned that he had been the victim of nepotism but somehow survived it but unfortunately, Sushant Singh Rajput couldn’t. Sharing a throwback video of Sushant Singh Rajput talking about nepotism, Prakash Raj wrote, "#nepotism I have lived through this .. I have survived ... my wounds are deeper than my flesh ..but this child #SushantSinghRajput couldn’t.. will WE learn .. will WE really stand up and not let such dreams die #justasking (sic)." 

Meanwhile, Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt are being trolled and questioned for their tribute posts on Sushant. Kangana Ranaut also shared a video on her Instagram and questioned why the late actor's achievements went unnoticed by the film industry. 

Check out Prakash Rajput’s Twitter post below:

Also Read: Anushka Shetty pens a note on depression after Sushant Singh Rajput's death: Learn to be there for each other 

Recently, Baahubali actress Anushka Shetty also penned a long note on depression after Sushant Singh Rajput's demise. The South beauty also mentioned about how one small step will make a difference. A lot of celebs from Bollywood and South Indian industry have urged their fans to focus on mental health and talk about it. 

Anonymous 10 months ago

Whatever the reason might be but Sushant is not recognised in bollywood that no one can oppose . Nepotism may be reason or not but whatever the reason, karma will go to that persons who are back of his death . We all will seriously talk maximum one month about somebody's death. After that we all will back to our work. Who ever really feel the loss of Sushant please stop seeing alia, salman and karan johar movies in future. Apart from movie we lost a good hearted person which we can't get from no one else in this world. Hope let Sushant should be in better place than this world.

Anonymous 10 months ago

True we should stop seeing their movies atleast minimum for 2 years.They should realise and should not treat another actor like this. So that other budding talented actors from outside could survive.

Anonymous 10 months ago

Looks like rich star kids are commenting here how not to blame Nepotism. Are you kidding me ? Someone here rightly said it is all about Privilege. If you are star kid your Dad uses connections to land you movies, awards, rewards etc etc. Red carpet treatment. You don’t need looks or talent if you are a star kid. This is what is called “ Bollywood Privilege “

Anonymous 10 months ago

Don't hate star kids just because they are born in a particular family and want to be actors. We all are very sad for Sushant's death and they are also sad they ain't happy. OK?

Anonymous 10 months ago

Nobody is blaming them for being born in a star family. It's about privilege. Not recognising his talent and seizing his chances while star kids are given many chances even after their movies not doing well

Anonymous 10 months ago

Don't blame nepotism

Anonymous 10 months ago

Don't blame nepotism for every single thing.