Swara Bhasker Feels They Owe An Apology To Sushant Singh Rajput’s Family; Says, 'Let’s Celebrate The Memory Of The Bright Life Lost'

Swara Bhasker in her latest Tweet mentions she and all those who are fighting in the name of nepotism owe an apology to Sushant Singh Rajput’s family for the number of times his name was dragged in the ongoing debate

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Swara Bhasker Feels They Owe An Apology To Sushant Singh Rajput’s Family; Says, 'Let’s Celebrate The Memory Of The Bright Life Lost'
Everyone will agree that a lot has been going on ever since actor Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely death due to suicide. The actor passed away by suicide in his Bandra apartment on June 14, 2020, and was reported to be suffering from depression and undergoing treatment for the same. His fans and few members of the industry feel, nepotism also was one of the reasons for his death. Now actress Swara Bhasker who too was dragged in this ongoing nepotism debate by Kangana Ranaut, feels she and others owe an apology to the late actor’s family.  

The actress in her Tweet mentioned she had an introspective moment when she felt all part of the debate owe an apology to his family with the number of times the late actor’s name was mentioned in this ongoing debate on nepotism in the industry. The Veere Di Wedding actress feels all this is not about us, but one should focus on the actor’s last release of his career, Dil Bechara and celebrate his memories. Concluding her tweet by asking people to be kind.

Swara Bhasker tweeted, “Had an introspective moment. I think we owe #SushantSinghRajput ‘s family an apology 4 the number of times they must’ve read his name in our arguments. This is not about us. Sushant has a release coming up, let’s celebrate the memory of the bright life we lost. Let’s be kind.”  


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The actress has been in the news after she replied to Kangana Ranaut remarks where the Panga actress called her B-grade in her interview with RepublicTV. ALSO READ: Swara Bhasker Reacts To Kangana Ranaut's 'B-Grade Actress' And 'Needy Outsiders' Remark, Says It Was A Compliment




Image Source: Instagram/sushantsinghrajput/reallyswara
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