Sushant Sigh Rajput’s untimely death has taken the entire film industry by a storm and celebrities are mourning the loss of a talented actor. The actor reportedly took his own life by hanging himself from the ceiling fan of his residence in Bandra, Mumbai.
Some believed it was due to the lack of work. Fans and netizens have raised their voices against injustice and nepotism, bullying in the industry which has caused a huge uproar amongst the audience and many have been seeking answers.
Meanwhile, Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt and Sonam Kapoor were caught in the fire and they received a massive backlash. However, actress Swara Bhasker came to their rescue. She plunged herself into controversy after the 32-year-old actress Swara Bhasker came out in support of the three.
Now, in a recent interaction with Hindustan Times, slammed netizens for trolling celebrities and even said that "we must give Sushant dignity in his death and celebrate his life." She also mentioned that Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt and Sonam Kapoor have nothing to do with what happened with Sushant’s career. It is not a fair accusation.
Swara said, "We should have difficult conversations but there is a civilised way to do it. Right now, things are being said, and people are being blamed but Karan being vilified is unnecessary. I don't think Karan, Alia (Bhatt), Sonam (Kapoor) had anything to do with what happened with Sushant's career. It's not a fair accusation."
Furthermore, the Veerey di Wedding actress also spoke about the viral video which featured her asking Karan Johar about nepotism. Speaking about the same she said, "In the video, one can see that Karan is accepting that he might have chosen people who were right in front of him and things should change. I would like to give him credit for engaging with the issue."
"But the way things have happened was quite sad. It's disgusting that Sushant's death is being used for ulterior motives by some people. We must give Sushant dignity in his death and celebrate his life. He was a tremendous artiste," added Swara Bhaskar.
Previously, in a series of Tweets, Swara had expressed her opinion on people trolling Karan Johar post Sushant's demise.
Speaking about the mental health of actors, she reportedly stated that one shouldn’t trivialise it by saying, people get depressed because they weren’t invited for a party or because someone gave a stupid answer about their on a chat show.