Tomorrow the historical date of 14th June 2020 marks one year since late bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and this case shook entire tinsel town fraternity and bollywood industry as well and in a recent interview, Sharad, Somy, Mrunal, Nivedita talk about Sushant’s death anniversary.
We all know how late B-town star Dil Bechara (Disney Hotstar, 2020) fame late bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden and untimely death in his Bandra residence where he was found hanging himself sent shockwaves throughout entire country and then all his fans across globe, family and industry colleagues joined forces together in order to ensure justice for him blatantly denying and dismissing the reports that he died by suicide last year and tomorrow, 14th June marks one year since his death and so in the latest interview chat, renowned celebs Sharad, Somy, Mrunal, Nivedita talk about Sushant’s death anniversary.
Last year we saw how both CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) and NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) came onboard and took over the ongoing probe and investigation in the late actor’s death case and now a year has passed but even now CBI has not yet got any conclusion in this case and also since tomorrow marks one year since his death, Sharad, Somy, Mrunal, Nivedita talk about Sushant’s death anniversary.
TV star Sharad Malhotra said, “A year has passed by. Sushant Singh tragedy can’t be forgotten. He is living in everyone’s memories and also via his films. No one till date knows what is the truth. Everyone is carrying on with their lives. The pandemic has changed our lives forever. I wish the case was solved. Everyone wanted justice for him and still wants. I can only imagine what his family must have gone through”.
Former bollywood actress and humanitarian Somy Ali said, “It is beyond devastating to learn that to date we have no knowledge of what actually happened to such a beautiful soul. I did not know him at all, but I saw a few of his videos/interviews and his eyes always seem to be gleaming depicting the love for simply living. I wish his family the best and I am so sorry for their loss. The industry is an unpredictable and scary place if you are not protected by those with clout. I can’t comment in a concrete manner since I don’t have any knowledge on the subject, but it’s blatantly clear that losing him should be a wake-up call on the issues on mental health and foul play”.
Bollywood actor Mrunal Jain said, “Sushant Singh Rajput was a live wire. His death has left a void. At the same time, we all live by the dictum the show must go on. But that doesn’t mean we have forgotten him. He was a successful artist in his own right. Corona has affected everyone and everyone has their own battles too. I wish he was alive and had not gone the way he went away”.
Ace TV producer and director Nivedita Basu said, “It’s been about a year that we have lost someone as talented and amazing as Sushant Singh Rajput. Till date we haven’t got any clarity about the reason for his death. Police and everyone else are doing their work but still we haven’t come to a conclusion. During the initial days, there was so much hype but now everyone is battling with this pandemic and seems to have mellowed down. He is famous, still his case is taking such a long time to resolve, imagine what happens to a regular person. It’s sad”.
TV actor Gaurav Mukesh said, “I really can’t describe in words how Sushant Singh Rajput’s death did to me. It was and still is unbelievable that he is no more with us. People wanted to know the truth but it is baffling that we still don’t have clarity even when so many influential people got involved, not to forget Sushant’s popularity. I just wish the Government would have done a little more to help his family get justice. We are still waiting for the truth. And I hope, wish and pray that we get clarity soon”.