Sushant Singh Rajput's drastic step has opened a can of worms. While the actor ended his life after dying from suicide, nepotism debate sparked in Bollywood once again. Netizens are slamming celebs left, right, and center and are accusing them of being responsible for Sushant's death. While all the A-Lister celebrities continue to remain mum on the big debate, Salman Khan's discovery Sooraj Pancholi has opened on his 'alleged fall out' with the actor. Taking to Insta story, the Hero actor slammed the news and called it baseless news.
In his Insta story, Sooraj Pancholi reacted to a story that has apparently been doing the rounds in media. The story reported about an 'alleged argument' between the two. Clearing the air, Sooraj called them baseless and said he only has good and funny memories of the late actor. Sooraj also said that he's been receiving negativity and hate messages ever since the news has been published.
His story read, " We called each other brother, even though we were friendly acquaintance being in the same fraternity. All I have good memories and funny conversations with him. He was really good to me and I respected him as my senior too. Nor only did I consider him a friend but he was also a big fan of his work. Please stop spreading this hatred guys because it's very painful. Please let us all show some respect especially for the person who's mo more."
It was just yesterday when another actor who ended her life Jiah Khan's mother reacted to Star's news. She blamed the industry and said they need to stop it. Sooraj has been booked for abetment of suicide in the Jiah Khan case and the actor faces legal charges and has been fighting a court battle since 2013. (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Ekta Kapoor To Hold A Prayer Meet For The Late Actor On June 18- EXCLUSIVE)
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