Sushant Singh Rajput Demise: Actor’s School Friend Writes A Heartbreaking Facebook Post, 'Bollywood Mafia Made You Say Things You Didn't Mean'

Mourning the loss, Sushant Singh Rajput’s school friend named Atul Mishra took to Facebook to write a heartbreaking note for his friend. In his long note, Atul spilled the beans on some unknown facts about the actor

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Sushant Singh Rajput Demise: Actor’s School Friend Writes A Heartbreaking Facebook Post, 'Bollywood Mafia Made You Say Things You Didn't Mean'
Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death has left one and all shock. As it’s already been two days but his friends, fans and Bollywoo fraternity continues to mourn the irreversible loss of the actor. This morning, reports of SSR’s sister-in-law (bhabhi) emerged who passed away, yesterday after actor was laid to rest. SSR decided to end his life on Sunday afternoon after hanging himself in his bedroom at Bandra residence.

Mourning the loss, actor’s school friend named Atul Mishra took to Facebook to write a heartbreaking note for his friend. In his long note, Atul spilled the beans on some unknown facts about the actor. He mentioned, “Sushant, I disagreed with your politics. I absolutely hated it when you dropped Rajput from your name. But only us, the friends knew that it was never a part of your name. You were simply Sushant Singh for the world and Gulshan for us all. Sushant I also hated it when you did a movie like Kedarnath. But now when I go through your timeline mate, see your responses, and the various reports that are coming in, I realize the kind of duress you were under. The Bollywood Mafia made you say things you probably didn’t even mean. I am truly sorry for being angry my friend. You have always been a religious man with a scientific temperament. It clearly shows in your Insta and Twitter feed.

His post futher read, “Sushant, I know you were made to feel like an outsider in an industry full of star kids. Sushant, I know you were denied of the success that you truly deserved. Sushant, I know that you were anything but a weakling. You have stood up to bullying in school. We have fought each other and fought together; I just hope we had stayed in touch. Maybe, it wouldn’t have come to this. Maybe, we could have fought one last fight together against the nepotism driven industry.” Read his complete letter below:


Meanwhile, SSR’s death has sparked the nepotism debate once again on Twitter. Netizens have been bashing A-lister celebs and Karan Johar for being the biggest bully. (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Raveena Tandon Disses At Bollywood's 'MEAN GIRL GANG'; Says She Has Been Ousted From 'Camps' While Revisiting 'Old Wounds')





Images Source: facebook/atul.mishra
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