The sudden demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput raised many questions about the Bollywood industry. The many posts referring to the film industry’s alleged role in alienating and isolating Sushant Singh Rajput have appeared to have been noted. Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh announced that the police investigation into the actor’s death will also probe reports that professional rivalry was a factor.
Social media urged those of the film fraternity who have criticized their colleagues after the demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Following the recent demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, director Abhinav Kashyap took to Facebook to post a long note appealing to the government to launch a detailed investigation into what happened with Sushant.
The director in a lengthy Facebook post, Kashyap openly talked about his struggle in the industry and also claimed that he was made to struggle by the superstar and his family. He wrote that he has suffered for a decade now since the release of Dabangg and is ready to expose the actor. Dabangg Director Abhinav Kashyap Accuses Salman Khan and Family for Sabotaging His Career, Says Won’t Cow Down Anymore.
The post went viral on social media and people were scrambling to ask Abhinav’s elder brother who is equally opinionated on what he thought about this revelation his brother had made. Anurag who revealed that many members of the media called him to ask him about the same, but took to Twitter to answer and asked everyone to consider it as his quote.
For the media calling me and people who want to ask , treat this as my statement. “More than two years ago , Abhinav had told me clearly to stay out of his business and it’s not my place to comment on anything he says or does.“ Thank You
— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) June 16, 2020
Anurag Kashyap, in an interview with mid-day, said he doesn’t meddle with brother Abhinav and sister Anubhuti business. Anurag said,
“I would happily read a script or give my feedback, but I think both my brother and sister have been very conscious. My brother says that I cast such a strong shadow that one can’t be their own person. So he wanted to do his own thing. It’s the same thing with my sister… she worked as my assistant, but she wouldn’t want me to be a part of her first film as a producer. She’s very talented, in fact, her husband, too, is a very good filmmaker. They want to make their own identity and do things on their own.”