Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden demise has brought the attention of the masses towards the grave problem of depression that lures around. While Bollywood has been talking about it and also grieving for not being in touch with Sushant, netizens are calling them out for their hypocrisy. It is Karan Johar’s post that is been targeted and here’s what the Twitterati has to say.
After the sad news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death by suicide broke, filmmaker Karan Johar who was shocked wrote how he was heartbroken. The filmmaker even went on to confess that it was his mistake that he did not stay in touch with him.
Karan Johar, sharing Sushant’s picture wrote, “This is heartbreaking….I have such strong memories of the times we have shared …I can’t believe this ….Rest in peace my friend…when the shock subsides only the best memories will remain…”
Now, while Karan’s spilled his heart out, netizens decided to school him and the industry about hypocrisy. A twitter user replying to Karan’s tweet wrote, “Cut the crap, Karan. Read enough over the years about you and your gang laughing and gossiping about him behind his back and the blinds spread, oof another level of cringe. I hope you feel a tad bit guilty and remorseful. If you do, then good for you.”
Another user referring to Sushant Singh Rajput wrote, “Stop this bakwaas. In every single episode of Koffee with Karan, he was placed at the bottom of choices for acting ability. Who prepared this question? YOU. You drew straight comparisons between him and star kids. Most of the stars voted for star kids since they are FRIENDS.”
A user even went on to question the filmmaker’s choice to release Sushant and Jacqueline Fernandez starrer Drive on OTT. He wrote, “I want to ask a question why did you release his last film DRIVE on Netflix and not in theatres? It was a much better film than shitfest Kalank. But you only spend, promote and give good scripts to your nepo kids. Kangana rightly said THE BOLLYWOOD MAFIA. That is what you are.”
Cut the crap Karan. Read enough over the years about you and your gang laughing and gossiping about him behind his back and the blinds spread, oof another level of cringe. I hope you feel a tad bit guilty and remorseful. If you do, then good for you.
— waizee (@ruhaandastur) June 14, 2020
I want to ask a question why did you release his last film DRIVE on Netflix and not in theatres? It was a much better film than shitfest Kalank. But you only spend, promote and give good scripts to your nepo kids. Kangana rightly said THE BOLLYWOOD MAFIA.
That is what you are.
— KATIE (@ysofunnyy) June 14, 2020
— Chetan Sharma (@ChetanPrinja) June 14, 2020
Look at this Karan!! I had never seen a pic of his in your party as #Nepotism always wins and u r the father of this. Aap k parties mein sirf Varun, Alia, Ranbir, Arjun, Shahid inn Sabko dikha jata hain kyunki in logo ka parents toh film k bade bade log hain. Shame on u, man!! pic.twitter.com/aaN9zknC4T
— Sayani Das (@mum_dz) June 14, 2020
Can you please explain this??? If someone is depressed try talking to them in private and make them come out of it rather mocking them in public. Everyone goes through different feeling in their life and that anchor who interviewed is such a shit😡 pic.twitter.com/JX0b3k5FiL
— gopinath d (@gopinat65901271) June 14, 2020
However, Sushant Singh Rajput lost the battle to depression. The actor was found hanging in his Mumbai residence yesterday. His last rites are scheduled to take place in Mumbai today.