The nepotism was a hot topic however this debate has been reignited after the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput a Bollywood actor. While there’s no official statements or investigation for the suicide of the Sushant as why is he done that, Twitterati and far of celebrities have concluded that his death was in how connected to nepotism in Bollywood.
Recently, Kangana Ranaut appeared on a channel where she spoke about the prevalent culture of nepotism in Bollywood and therefore the way that resulted in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. The conversation around nepotism was first ignited by Ranaut on Karan Johar’s talk show Koffee with Karan in 2017, where she called the filmmaker the ‘flag-bearer of nepotism’.
In Kangana Ranaut’s recent TV interview, she called Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker “B Grade actresses” and “needy outsiders.” to this , Pannu said during a tweet, “Before that there is someone trying to use divide n rule policy within the film industry . Yes, there are differences between people born with gold spoon and thus the ‘outsiders’ but we aren’t fighting each other we are battling for a much better system to co-exist not by mudslinging and name-calling. (sic)”
Simi Grewal applauded Kangana’s frank attitude within the interview and tweeted, “I applaud Kangana Ranaut who is braver & bolder than i’m . Only i do skills a ‘powerful’ person has viciously tried to destroy my career. I stayed silent. Because i’m not so brave.” She added, “I don’t know what all of you felt after watching #KanganaSpeaksToArnab but it’s left me quite depressed. I’m distraught at what Sushant Singh Rajput endured and also what many ‘outsiders’ undergo in Bollywood. (sic)”
Team Dil Bechara pays musical tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput
There was a tribute for the late actor Shushant Singh Rajput and the The team of Dil Bechara got together on Wednesday for a musical tribute for him.. The album, composed by AR Rahman, consists of tracks that are hopeful but also carry a way of melancholy.
The musical tribute started with AR Rahman acknowledging that the nine tracks he himself composed for the film which we know will be worth the listening “have an entire new meaning today, an entire new life.” He added, “These songs are dedicated to the loving memory of Sushant Singh Rajput.”
AR Rahman and his team members performed Dil Bechara’s title track. subsequent track was “Maskhari”, performed by Sunidhi Chauhan and Hriday Gattani. within the video, Sunidhi remarked that the song may be a mixture of real-life and reel-life Sushant.
“Taare Ginn.” was performed by Mohit Chauhan and Shreya Ghoshal soon after this. The tribute also featured “Khulke Jeene Ka” by Arijit Singh and Shashaa Tirupati which I believe be a huge hit. The last track was “Main Tumhara” as a tribute, which was performed by Jonita Gandhi and Hriday Gattani.
The tribute ended with lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya as he recited a couple of lines in Sushant Singh Rajput’s memory.
Dil Bechara, Will be released on 24th July on Disney+ Hotstar, it is also starring Sanjana Sanghi,
Sushant Singh Rajput’s final film Dil Bechara to premiere on Disney+ Hotstar at this time.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s final film, Dil Bechara, will premiere on July 24 at 7.30pm on the streaming platform Disney+ Hotstar. While the release date was already known, the time was announced on Wednesday.
Dil Bechara is one of the most awaited films of the year. It marks the directorial debut of casting director Mukesh Chhabra and the debut of Sanjana Sanghi in a leading role. The film is an adaptation of John Green’s bestselling young-adult novel The Fault In Our Stars.
In an earlier interview, Mukesh said that Sushant was aware of Dil Bechara’s direct-to-digital release and was happy about it. Sanjana, meanwhile, requested fans to stop demanding a theatrical release. “Let’s make this a time of celebration for a legendary life, a film? A time to offer a tribute, to embrace these extremely challenging circumstances we all are in. And not a time to revolt, posing for something that in our present reality can’t be made possible,” she wrote in an Instagram post.
Recently, in an interview with Hindustan Times, Mukesh said that it was difficult for him to get Dil Bechara ready for release after Sushant’s death. “It’s been tough. I was within the middle of finishing the film for release, performing on the trailer etc., and searching at Sushant every day- it had been so difficult to figure on the film. Right now, I don’t know what I am feeling- if I should be happy or sad. There are a lot of mixed emotions and I don’t know how to react to situations now. It is bittersweet, perhaps. For me, the meaning of the film has changed, as he is gone,” he said.
Dil Bechara will be made available for free viewing to subscribers as well as non-subscribers of Disney+ Hotstar as a tribute to Sushant.