OMG! I never realised this was going on. Each one of those Sushant’s quote is a brilliant introspection of a young mans enquiring mind. I want to take on that dumb f of a journalist who wrote this. Stand up, whoever you are, and try and prove that I am insane now. Reveal urself!— Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur) July 27, 2020
A lot is being discussed about Sushant Singh Rajput on social media. A debate over nepotism and much more has taken Twitter by storm post the death of the Kai Po Che actor. Not just the fans, this time, even quite a few people from the industry are speaking up, sharing the ugly side of Bollywood. This time around writer Apurva Asrani has pointed out to an article that mocked Sushant Singh Rajput's self-musings. In response, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur has called out the journalist for doing so.
While sharing the screenshot of the reply Sushant gave to the article when it was published, Apurva Asrani wrote, "Sushant Singh Rajput: To cure a sane man is way more difficult than curing ones own insanity. DNA Aftr hrs: Clearly MR Rajput, tweets like these are making us question your sanity. In 2017, DNA compiled brilliant quotes from SSR & spun them all to make him seem insane. Do read." To this, Shekhar Kapur responded saying that he had no clue all of this was happening and even challenged the journalist who wrote the article to prove that he is 'insane'.
Shekhar Kapur's reply read, "OMG! I never realised this was going on. Each one of those Sushant’s quote is a brilliant introspection of a young mans enquiring mind. I want to take on that dumb f of a journalist who wrote this. Stand up, whoever you are, and try and prove that I am insane now. Reveal urself!" Check out their tweets below:
Stay tuned to SpotboyE for more updates. (Also Read: Kriti Sanon Shares The Last Clip Of Sushant Singh Rajput’s Film Dil Bechara: ‘It’s Not Seri, This Broke My Heart Again’)
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