Actor Sonu Sood who has been relentlessly working towards the upliftment and empowerment of the marginalized and poor, has yet again shared his views on the never-ending debate on beloved Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.
While many members of the Hindi film industry have been speaking expertly on what led to Sushant’s unfortunate passing, Sonu feels that many of his colleagues have gone over-board for attention.
In an interview, Sonu Sood thinks that instead of understanding what actually happened to Sushant, people are connecting his death to their personal issues.
“What started as an attempt to find the cause of Sushant Singh Rajput’s tragic death, but now it looks like people have lost the plot entirely with new angles emerging in the case almost every day,” said Sonu Sood.
Talking about how Bollywood insiders are talking about this every day on prime-time TV debates just comes across as them being needy for the limelight. He feels celebrities have a responsibility on their shoulders which is misused here.
“As actors when you go on a platform and say things, you don’t realize how it is going to affect a common man in the country because he believes in you. As celebrities, e may forget about what we say, but the common man does not forget,” said Sonu.
In the end, Sonu said that if Sushant Singh Rajput was alive, he would laugh at all of this.
“If Sushant were to be alive today, he would have laughed at the circus going on in his name,” concluded Sonu Sood.
The AIIMS medical board will hold a meeting with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is probing the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, on Tuesday to discuss the findings of the probe done by the agency and the CFSL teams that went to Mumbai, and then decide on the next course of action, sources said on Monday. Meanwhile, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), probing the drugs angle in the death case, asked the late actor’s former manager Shruti Modi and his talent manager Jaya Saha to appear before it on Monday, an official said on Sunday.
Source: India Times