Why protests started against Karan Johar after Sushant Singh ashes immersed?
Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s ashes were immersed yesterday in the river Ganga, but the uproar is not over for fans
As Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s ashes were immersed yesterday in a holy Indian river on Thursday, June 18, by his family members as per rituals, a drama of a different kind started in his native town in Patna and in the world of film industry Bollywood.
Sushant’s death has re-ignited discussions on nepotism, the importance of mental health among celebrities, and the cruelty in Bollywood towards young and aspiring actors. Sushant Singh Rajput’s unexpected death at the age of 34 is yet to be processed by his admiring fans, who are desperately seeking a conclusion.
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Sushant, who was found dead at his residence in Mumbai on Sunday, June 14, left behind an army of devastated fans and galvanized a movement of sorts to address the dark side of Bollywood Industry.
Protests staged against Karan Johar in Patna
Disheartened fans of Sushant Singh Rajput took to the streets in his hometown Patna to protest against nepotism in Bollywood industry and burnt dummies of major stars like superstar Salman Khan and director-producer Karan Johar, who they trust sabotaged Sushant’s rising and bright career.
Boycott their films.
Aside from sloganeering against power-brokers in the Bollywood industry who encourage favoritism and resentment towards many outsiders, these directors and actors have also been facing their online fury.
Along with other most famous Hashtag is #justiceforSushantSinghRajput
Sushant, whose last film was the underwhelming thriller ‘Drive,’ was released on Netflix, he allegedly lost six movie projects that he had signed after his 2019 film ‘Chhichhore.’ The expression on the street is that he rubbed some powerful people in Bollywood the wrong way and had earned their wrath.