Collectively and individually many of us are still in shock and can’t seem to get over Sushant Singh Rajput‘s untimely death. There have been many speculations regarding his death, but recent police statements confirm that he was severely depressed and taking medications for it after they found prescriptions for the same in his apartment. But many others are pointing fingers towards big Bollywood directors and producers for bullying and boycotting Sushant. Back in February, a twitter handle run by Kamaal R Khan, @KRKBOXOFFICE tweeted saying that some industry bigwigs had decided to boycott Sushant.
— KRKBOXOFFICE (@KRKBoxOffice) February 27, 2020
In the light of Sushant’s sudden death, this tweet has garnered more attention. Moreover, Anurag Kashyap‘s brother Abhinav Kashyap also took to his social media to request the government to look into his death while revealing that his career was destroyed by the Salman Khan family. With all of this, the debates around nepotism and the treatment of outsiders have been at an all-time high. Now, an advocate Sudhir Kumar Ojha has gone one step further and filed a criminal case against the owners of all these production houses. A case has been filed against Karan Johar, Salman Khan, Ekta Kapoor, and Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The complaint mentions that Sushant was removed from around seven films and some of his films were not released which is what made him take such an extreme step.
Ekta, one of the many whose name has been involved in the case took to her Instagram to express how upset she was with this especially because she launched the actor. She said she can’t believe how convoluted theories can turn out to be and asked people to let his family mourn in peace.
Many from the industry commented on the post saying how ridiculous this was and how she had made their careers. Many gave Ekta hope saying that truth shall prevail.