Prakash Raj On Sushant: I've Lived Through Nepotism But This Child Couldn't

Prakash Raj On Sushant: I've Lived Through Nepotism But This Child Couldn't”

"I Have Lived Through This, I Have Survived..." brings to you a bunch of memes that the netizens made to call out the hypocritic behaviour of the Bollywood biggies. On Sunday, Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide in a flat in Bandra, Mumbai, and was cremated on the second day.

According to reports, Sudha Devi, wife of Sushant's cousin, passed away at his native, Purnia in Bihar.

Nishikant Dubey also alleged that the syndicate in the Mumbai film industry works even in the absence of Dawood, where children of actors and film producers are promoted.

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The latest celebrity to shine some light on the "self-appointed gatekeepers of Bollywood" is actor Ranvir Shorey.

After paying his condolence, Prakash Raj yesterday took to his Twitter handle to open up on nepotism in the film industry.

Prakash Raj along with his tweet shared an old video of Sushant Singh Rajput.

The news of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput passing away by suicide on 14 June had rattled everyone in the country. I can't do anything about it. Nepotism can co-exist and nothing would happen. "But if you deliberately disallow the right talents to come up, the whole structure collapses", Sushant added in the video. His last film will be Mukesh Chhabra's Dil Bechara, opposite Sanjana Sanghi, the shooting of which was completed a year ago. A Hindi remake of 2014 released Hollywood hit "The Fault In Our Stars".

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