After the tragic passing of Sushant Singh Rajput, people have started to dig up dirt of Bollywood celebrities who had humiliated him, stunted his growth in the industry, and harassed him. Several clips have been making rounds on social media as proof of the behaviour.
However, rumours and speculations aside, things have just gotten serious.
In an attempt to get into the bottom of the matter and to dig up the truth, a police case has been filed against a total of 8 top-level Bollywood celebrities, including names like actor Salman Khan and directors like Karan Johar and Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
The case has been filed by Sudhir Kumar Ojha (an Advocate), in a court at Muzaffarpur (Bihar). He has gone on record stating that these celebrities had mentally tortured Sushant Singh Rajput to the point that eventually pushed him to take his own life. The case has been filed under IPC’s sections 306, 109, 504, and 506.
Sudhir went on record stating that Sushant Singh Rajput was forcefully expelled from 7 or more movies, with some films never even seeing the light of day. He believes this mental torture pushed him to the edge where he only went deeper and deeper into depression till one day, he couldn’t take it anymore and committed suicide.
Ever since Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide, several Bollywood celebrities have come out and revealed the dark side of the film industry, sharing how they have been victims of similar situations as well.
Kangana Ranaut’s Instagram videos have been getting more and more traction for the truth about what happens behind closed doors. She has commented on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death several times, calling it a systematic mental breakdown orchestrated by the big names of Bollywood industry, to suppress someone talented and refused to play by everyone else’s rules.
Saif Ali Khan was working with Sushant Singh Rajput on a movie and shared his experience of working with him, calling our Bollywood on their hypocrisy on pretending to care about his demise.
We hope this case reveals more information about what happened and can make people responsible pay for pushing someone into a sea of depression.