By Bollywood Hungama News Network, Aug 11, 2020 – 16:35 hrs IST
Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide has left everyone in shock. Although the Sushant suicide case is being investigated by Mumbai Police, Bihar Police, Enforcement Directorate and CBI. But since the death of Sushant on social media, there has been a debate in Bollywood about nepotism and insider-outsider. A section is saying that Sushant Singh Rajput became a victim of nepotism. But how much truth is there in this matter, only time will tell. However, filmmaker Sanjay Gupta has also given his opinion on the Sushant case.
Sanjay Gupta calls Sushant Singh Rajput a bankable star
Director Sanjay Gupta, who has given many great films, recently said in a conversation with a newspaper that he is also an outsider but he was received openly in the film industry. He told that he is not from the industry but still he never felt it. People have created an insider-outsider issue.
Sanjay Gupta further said that everyone here welcomes a talented person. It is very rare that people destroy someone by forming a gang or say that they will take away its work. No one does this. May God rest Sushant’s soul but he was getting offers from films. He was not doing them and it was his choice.
Sushant could sell his films in his own name
Mumbai Saga’s director Sanjay Gupta further said that Sushant Singh Rajput was a star. Sushant could sell his films in his own name. He was a bankable star and what is happening to him these days is very sad. He feels that he and his family should be left alone. In the end Sanjay Gupta said that, everyday new people are coming and talking on this subject. Where were these people when Sushant was alive? He said that he does not think that those who are talking about Sushant’s death love him. Everyone is just trying to prove his point.
Significantly, on June 14, Sushant committed suicide by hanging himself in his house. Due to non-receipt of suicide note, the mystery of Sushant’s death is getting deeper. Every day a new revelation in this case is giving a new twist to this case.