Sushant Singh Rajput is no more, and this shocking news came on Sunday morning, leaving the nation in disbelief at first. Sushant died due to suicide, at the age of 34. Soon after the heartbreaking news of his death, social media was flooded with celebrities and Netizens all expressing their grief, mourning the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. The late actor, who started his acting career with television, later went on to star in movies such as Kai Po Che, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Chhichhore, among many others. Hina Khan, who was in disbelief after finding out about his death, cannot seem to get over it.
On Sunday, when Hina Khan first heard of the heartbreaking news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, she couldn’t believe it was true, and like many others, she was in disbelief. She tweeted, “I am in disbelief.. This can’t be true.” Now, after a few days, Hina Khan took to her Instagram story and revealed that while she is trying really hard to get over this grief and the huge loss, she just cannot. She also shared that she hasn’t felt this way before.
Hina’s Instagram story read, “Trying trying trying hard, can’t get over, just can't I have never felt this way before Rest in peace Sushant SSR.”
After Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, began debates and conversations on social media about nepotism, power politics, and bullying in Bollywood. Hina Khan’s boyfriend Rocky Jaiswal shared his views about powerful people on his Instagram yesterday. He wrote, “Everyone in a position of power has misused it to suppress opposition and disarmament. Some more powerful ones take it further and destroy the person opposing or disagreeing. It's their high! They've seen n done so much that nothing else excites them." ALSO READ: Hina Khan’s Boyfriend Rocky Jaiswal Airs Views On ‘Gang-Mentality’; Says Powerful People Destroy Those Who Oppose Them: ‘It’s Their High’
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