The death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput is going to be about 20 days. But after the suicide of Sushant, the long debate in Bollywood about 'Nepotism' is not taking its name at the moment.
The latest update is that now the Maharashtra Nav Nirman Sena (MNS), the political party of Raj Thackeray, has also jumped into this debate. The MNS has appealed to all the artists working in the industry to "raise their voices against nepotism" and come to them if they are falling prey to nepotism. He will teach strong lessons to those who commit nepotism '.
Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide in his flat on 14 June. He had been suffering from clinical depression for a long time. Nepotism, which has been rooted in Bollywood, is believed to be the main reason for Sushant's depression. In some reports on social media, it is being claimed that Sushant became a victim of nepotism and classics in Bollywood. Some industry heavyweights conspired to isolate him, he was stripped of his work, and tried to discredit Sushant by spreading fake news.
In this storm of controversies that followed the demise of Sushant, many veteran actors of Bollywood have also been outspoken and said that they too have been victims of nepotism. While on one hand the battle to get justice to Sushant is being fought through social media, on the other hand Mumbai Police is also seriously investigating this case. The police is also investigating the case with the 'Nepotism' Angel.
Meanwhile, news has come that Vagish Saraswat, vice president of Raj Thackeray's party MNS, has spoken of taking strict steps against those who commit nepotism and to teach them a lesson. According to reports, Vagish Saraswat has stated that “Mumbai Police is investigating in the right direction. The police should question Nepotism the most, whether it is Bhansali or anyone ", as well as he has said that" If someone is getting harassed inside the film industry, if a gang is not allowing any artist to work, So that person came to MNS. Raj Thackeray's party will teach a stern lesson to every person doing nepotism.