“Dear Sushant, B’wood is Cruel, I can understand your pain”, writes heartbroken Dharam Paji

The entire nation is finding it really hard to believe that the extremely talented actor Sushant Singh Rajput left all of us. He was only 34 years old and still had plenty more things to achieve or fulfil in his life and now we lost such a gem of a person and it is heartbreaking to all of us that we won’t be able to see him anymore.

His death by suicide was because he was going through mental bouts of depression. Though the reason was still unclear, the whole nation has been indicting nepotism for the death of this extremely talented actor.

Meanwhile, legend actor Dharmendra has also expressed his grief over the death of MS Dhoni The Untold Story actor. Veteran actor Dharmendra said that he had never watched Sushant’s films or had met him but his death was shocking. He also alleged that the film industry is very cruel where talent is not respected.

Taking to Twitter, Dharmendra shared a picture of Sushant and wrote, “Pyaare Sushant, naa film dekhi na kabhi mila tum se ….par tere achaanak chale jaane se bada sadma laga (My dear Sushant, never saw your film nor met you but felt so shocked at your sudden death)!!! This beautiful beloved ‘show business’ is very cruel. I can imagine your unbearable pain . I share the pain of your loving family and friends.”

Died at an early age of 34, Sushant Singh Rajput left behind assets worth of crores. On Monday, Sushant’s last rites were carried out in Mumbai. But the debate on nepotism started after Sushant’s demise.

A massive crowd took to the streets in Patna, Bihar to protest against nepotism in the film industry. People expressed their outrage on social media over the death of Sushant Singh. Social media users lashed out at Karan Johar, Salman Khan, Alia Bhatt and others, while they supported Kangana’s statements.

The 34-year-old actor ended his life by hanging himself to the ceiling fan at his residence in Mumbai. Rajput’s maternal uncle alleged that it was not a suicide but a conspiracy and also demanded a CBI probe into the matter.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.