Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely demise has left a void for one and all. His death not only saddened the entire nation but brought a wave of nepotism debate in Bollywood. Many film critics, actors and directors went vocal about their views on nepotism and killing the sheer talent. Recently, Kangana Ranaut, in her explosive interview, had targeted many actors and filmmakers of the industry, which also attracted flak and criticism. Likewise, actor Samir Soni too had taken to social media to blast the actress for using SSR’s death to settle her personal score. However, he deleted the post later as he faced the wrath of netizens over his post.
During the latest interview when he was asked why he deleted his IG post, he told Hindustan Times, “I was trolled by so many of Kangana Ranaut’s fans. I thought I had made my point, but there were so many saying all kinds of stuff, so I said there’s no point carrying on with it, I took it off. Not that I think I wrote anything wrong.” After he was trolled for his post on his IG account, he had posted a note which read, “Good night folks and thank you for giving me my first experience of being trolled. I guess I got a lot to learn."
Samir captioned his post stating, "Apologies and love to all.”
Actor Samir Soni made a cryptic post of his IG account which read, “My personal opinion, which differs from a lot of people, was that stories around Sushant’s mental health are extremely valid, given the number of suicides we have among youngsters. I thought that should have been discussed (in the TV interview). But Kangana just hijacked the whole thing, and people went on a witch hunt against certain people holding them responsible, ignoring the main issue of mental health that should have been the focus.” (ALSO READ: Throwback To The Time When Kangana Ranaut Called Alia Bhatt 'Crowned, Undisputed Queen' And Said We Live In Her World - WATCH)
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