After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput due to suicide, debate on the existence of nepotism has remained on top of the list in all the discussions. Also, many stars from the industry who had faced this situation have opened up about it. Mumbai Police is also recording statements of the people related to the late actor. Meanwhile, as per reports in India TV, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena leader Raj Thackeray has joined the debate and extended his support towards the artistes if they face any such situation.
VP of MNS Vageesh Sarswat has appealed the artistes to come forward and share their problems if they happen to face any such situation in the industry and the party claims to take appropriate action. He said, “If anyone is being harassed in the film industry if any gang is not letting an artist work, the artist should approach MNS. Raj Thackeray's party will teach anyone practising nepotism a tough lesson.” He also mentioned that the Mumbai Police should investigate everyone on nepotism irrespective of whether he is Bhansali or anybody else.
“Mumbai Police is investigating in the right direction. The police should question everyone on nepotism. It can be Bhansali or anyone else,” he adds further.
After the actor’s death, while his father KK Singh mentioned of being unaware of the actor suffering from depression and undergoing treatment for the same, some of his colleagues from the industry have asserted of the actor going through a low phase in his life. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput' Father Speaks Out After Actor's Death; Says He Was Born After 'Teen Saal Ki Mannat, Last Me Kya Hua Usne Bataya Nahi'
Sushant Singh Rajput passed on June 14, at his Bandra residence due to suicide by hanging himself. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: When SSR-Mahesh Shetty Poked Fun At Ankita Lokhande's Mosquito Bite, 'Jo Kaam Manav Nahi Kar Saka Woh Ek Macchar Ne Kiya' - VIDEO
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