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Kangana Ranaut exposes Bollywood after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death

The ‘Queen’ of Hindi cinema, Kangana Ranaut exposes the true face of Bollywood once again. In her latest video, she talks about the propaganda of the industry around the tragic death of Sushant Singh Rajput.Kangana Ranaut


She is undoubtedly the flag bearer of anti-nepotism movement in Bollywood. Many times in the past, she stood up against the industry and exposes their dark secrets. Today team Kangana Ranaut releases a video on Twitter, where Kangana was seen talking about Sushant and the cruel nature of Bollywood.

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She said the media and the film industry are misleading the nation about the cause of Sushant’s death. As many of us know that Sushant was a scholar student and his Instagram account is filled with various science stuffs, he was considered a very settled Individual. So, it’s very hard to believe that a person like him could do something like that.

Kangana said, Sushant in his previous IG posts was seen pleading the people to go and watch his films otherwise he won’t get any future projects. In many of his past interviews, he was also seen doing the same. He was scared of being rejected by the industry as no one considered him as a dependable lead.

His movies like Kai Po Che, Sonchiriya and Chhichhore was not given deserved acknowledgement in many Award shows. Kangana further added that some journalists labelled Sushant as a Psychotic, Neurotic, Addict person for some cheap TRP. She said after Sushant’s death, many of them even called and texted her asking her mental status like anyone actually cares.

According to Kangana, Sushant was described as “worthless” by the industry and he actually believed that nonsense. That thing may have pushed him to such an extent that it made him took his life. She boldly stated that “media only wants Sushant to be written down in history as a weak person“.

The Indian film industry is currently going through a tough time but these kind of questions are must be asked by us. Outsiders also deserves that acknowledgement which the industry only gives to their “products of Nepotism“. These kind of behaviour must be stopped otherwise the nation can see another outrage in rise.

Kumar Ujjal
Writer and Social Media manager of Infotonline.

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