Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut, who has frequently spoken out against the industry’s nepotism and favoritism and the struggles faced by the ‘outsiders’, yet again in her new video claimed that Bollywood’s ‘mafia’ had ganged up against Sushant Singh Rajput and imposed an unwritten ban upon him.
She believed that, when publishing this unwritten ban, the people in the industry did not take his name but may have described him with names that are maybe his character from the movie or movie title. She quoted director Abhishek Kapoor who said it was a “systematic dismantling of a fragile mind” while speaking about how the industry treated the late actor.
She also accused some media houses of writing sarcastic news stories about Sushant and alleged that the big names in the industry are in frequent contact with these journalists. She claimed those journalists lynched Sushant mentally and emotionally.
She also claimed those journalists never write or publish anything against the industry’s sons and daughters of powerful people basically “Nepo kids”.
While talking about the statements given by the family members and close friends on Sushant’s reason to be in depression and about his drastic step she said “Ankita who was a long time partner of Sushant Singh said, ‘he could not handle his insult and dishonor socially’” Kangana further explained how Sushant is been killed by the systematic dismantling in the video.
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Talking about her experience with media referring to Rani Laxmi Bai she said media threatened her, she never said anything but questioned a journalist for writing ‘against freedom fighter,’.
“I have never spoken about all that has been written about me but when they wrote ill about a freedom fighter, I confronted that journalist. And that overnight four senior journalists made a guild against me and declared that my film should be banned, flopped,” she said. “Three thousand journalists ganged up against one girl and the society doesn’t say anything, the law doesn’t say anything. I tried to file a case against them but they disappeared a month later, my film released and they disappeared,” she added. She also questioned why such blind items are never written against ‘nepo kids’.
“Emotional, psychological, and mental lynching on an individual happens openly and we all are all guilty of watching it silently. Is blaming the system enough? Will there ever be change? Are we going to see a monumental shift in the narrative on how outsiders are treated,” Kangana captioned the video.