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Who Killed Sushant Singh Rajput?(Not Karan Johar)



Who Killed Sushant Singh Rajput?(Not Karan Johar) 12

It’s been a  month since  we lost the  bright  talent .I wonder what Sushant Singh Rajput  would have to say about  the hysteria that has grown around his personality after his  death.

 There are  roads being named  after  him and reputations being shattered to irreversible smithereens  by  fans-turned-fanatics who are  convinced he has been murdered.We can’t argue with emotions. They have a life of their own.

A  psychologist, a  no-nonsense women whom I’ve  known  to talk only sense  told me, “If  Sushant really  killed himself  where is the suicide note and why was his tongue not protruding and eyes  bulging when they found his body? Why was the  knot around his neck shaped like an O and not a  V?”

One  line of thought is convinced the underworld had a hand in  the death.Another line thinks a woman did  it for his  money.Seriously?

I am  concerned  for the health  of  the survivors. This  tragedy threatens to kill not  just reputations  but also those who hold those reputations. Karan  Johar, Mahesh Bhatt and even their daughter Alia  Bhatt (yes ‘their’ daughter as she considers Karan also to be her Daddy) is  under serious attack.

 While Alia  remains wisely mum,someone very  close to her  told me she  is more baffled than shaken by the  abuse.

“What have I done!” she asks her immediate circle. I wonder  too. Is it the fact that she’s close to Karan  Johar that makes her a target  for the Rajputana wrath? In that case, what about Varun Dhawan? Why isn’t he being targeted? Oh I get it, once Alia on  Koffee With Karan  said  “Sushant Who?”  during a  ‘rapidfire’

Do the haters  know that  the  rapidfires are  all  rigged? The answers decided from before?No prizes  for guessing who  decides.

As  we  enter  the second month of   mourning for our beloved star, I suddenly see so  many of Sushant’s  “friends”  and “special  friends” and “best friends”  surfacing when in fact he had stopped meeting anyone  during the last one year. On the “first-month death  anniversary”(an entirely new  concept  for  mourning) Sushant’s former  girlfriend and  current girlfriend competed with one another in  posting emotional messages.  It was  Radha and Meera all over again.

This is all very emotional and  extremely  gratifying to  the memory  of  an actor who , I  gather,  was  brilliant beyond any definition . I won’t dispute that.  But what  I will  dispute is  the absurd  premise that  Sushant’s career  was  thwarted by nepotism. Sushant had 10  feature  films released  during his  lifetime out of which  6 were  outright  hits. That’s  not a  bad  average  at  all. It is better than the  performance of  star-sons  like Arjun Kapoor and his cousin Harshvardhan  Kapoor.

Sushant repeatedly and resolutely  turned down  plum roles for reasons  best known to him. He  told me more than once that money  didn’t matter to him and that  he would  never do a film for  money.

 The  truth is, no one  killed Sushant. The conspiracy theories  must end before  the “second-month death anniversary.” They are doing a great disservice to his memory.

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