Two very repudiated and famous personalities of Bollywood got targeted by social media for sharing their condolences to Sushant Singh Rajput, who was found dead yesterday in his house in Mumbai. The Twitter platform is currently cursing and blaming actress Alia Bhatt and director Karan Johar for their old conversations at Koffee With Karan which were rude to Sushant. Karan Johar blamed himself in his tweet for not having a connection with Sushant from the last one year. “I’m in a deep state of shock,” tweeted Alia Bhatt on Sunday, “You left us too soon.” Karan Johar wrote in his tweet, “This is heartbreaking. I have such strong memories of the times we shared.”
I’m in a deep state of shock.— Alia Bhatt (@aliaa08) June 14, 2020
No matter how much I think about it, I don’t have the words.
I’m totally devastated.
You've left us too soon.
You will be missed by each and every one of us.
My deepest condolences to Sushant's family, loved ones, and his fans. 🙏
Twitter is directly targeting Karan And Alia for their previous act which they have performed in the show “Koffee With Karan”. In the show, Alia was asked by Karan to rate the three actors “Varun Dhawan”, “Ranveer Singh” and “Sushant Singh Rajput” and after hearing the name of Sushant, Alia asked, “Sushant who?”. The same thing is being said on the Twitter thread of Alia and Karan by the public. The public blamed both of them for making fun of Sushant.
The media and public have also started blaming Karan Johar for supporting “Nepotism” and giving chances to Bollywood insiders rather than giving it to the deserving ones like Sushant Singh Rajput who was from a non-film background. Karan Johar was also previously accused for supporting Nepotism and even known actress Kangana Ranaut had also blamed him earlier in the Koffee With Karan Show by saying “ Karan is the flagbearer of nepotism .” Karan Johar at the IIFA Awards had also chanted “Nepotism rocks” along with the Dhawan and Khan families (These families are the big part of nepotism”)
Karan Johar who was involved in the last project of Sushant Singh Rajput “Netflix Film Drive” wrote a note on Instagram on Sunday.
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I blame myself for not being in touch with you for the past year….. I have felt at times like you may have needed people to share your life with…but somehow I never followed up on that feeling…will never make that mistake again…we live in very energetic and noisy but still very isolated times …some of us succumb to these silences and go within…we need to not just make relationships but also constantly nurture them….Sushants unfortunate demise has been a huge wake up call to me …to my level of compassion and to my ability to foster and protect my equations…..I hope this resonates with all of you as well….will miss your infectious smile and your bear hug ….💔💔💔
Sushant was one of the finest actors of Bollywood who have been casted in movies like “MS Dhoni-The Untold Story”, “Kai Po Che”, “P.K”, “Raabta”, “Sonchiriya”, “Kedarnath” and mainly in the film “Chichore” which was completely based on the mental health issues people are facing in the current generation. It is hard to believe that Sushant is no more with us. Our condolences to him and May His Soul Rest In Peace.
Taking these issues into consideration, we are also providing some of the numbers of some repudiated foundations and treatment center contact details. You can seek help from them if you are facing any mental health issues.
Helplines: AASRA: 91-22-27546669 (24 hours) Sneha Foundation: 91-44-24640050 (24 hours) Vandrevala Foundation for Mental Health: 1860-2662-345 and 1800-2333-330 (24 hours) iCall: 022-25521111 (Available from Monday to Saturday: 8:00am to 10:00pm) Connecting NGO: 18002094353 (Available from 12 pm – 8 pm)