Amit Sadh, Manoj Bajpayee blow out at a film critic’s ‘truth series’ on the Sushant Singh’s suicide


Ever since the Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide has taken place on June 14, social media has been flooded with extreme criticism and debates about not only nepotism and bullying in Bollywood. The other talk which is going on social media is about how media has been covering and reporting Sushant’s death. There has been a lot of rumours over the cause of Sushant’s sudden death and as to why he chose to end his life. Now, Amit Sadh and Manoj Bajpayee- Sushant Singh Rajput’s co-stars in Kai Po Che and Sonchiriya respectively- fumed as a trade analyst and film critic released a few parts of ‘truth series’ on Sushant’s suicide.

The film critic was getting end of extreme criticism, as he launched the episodes from his ‘truth series’. The second episode was about the ‘heart-wrenching’ story of Sushant and ‘the girl who hasn’t uttered a word after his suicide’, namely Rhea Chakraborty. Sushant’s Kai Po Che co-star Amit Sadh was furious and replying to the tweet about the series, he wrote, “I am unfollowing you .. that’s all I can do right now … may God , the supreme power give you some compassion and emotional intellect … pls introspect your actions and your greed and lack of empathy !”

Amit Sadh then tweeted, “Stop this now !! Have some dignity pls .. I beg you … heartless people .” Replying to this tweet of Amit’s, Manoj Bajpayee, who had worked with Sushant in Sonchiriya wrote, “कोमल जब janaza निकलता है तो हम सब हाथ जोड़ कर उसकी आत्मा की शांति की प्रार्थना करते हैं ।अब आप कम से कम शांत तो रह ही सकते है ।बस कीजिए ।अब बस !!! ”

Actor Manoj Bajpayee and a lot of their fans also spoke about the same sentiments. While one user wrote, “True that! They’re trying to gain traction on their YouTube channels and get paid for the same to run such insensitive videos!” while another user replied to Amit Sadh, “Good that you have taken this stand. More people like you needed.”

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