Rajdeep Sardesai Calls Sushant Singh ‘Not A Big Star’, Vivek Agnihotri Slams Him For Elitism


A Hindi Film Industry director Vivek Agnihotri launched a scathing attack on senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai for his remarks on the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput is one of the debates.

Sharing a clip from an interview of Rajdeep Sardesai with the editor of Lallantop Saurabh Dwivedi, Agnihotri lashed at Rajdeep. In the clip, he can be heard saying,


“Be it a Mumbai Police Commissioner or Bihar DGP, questions have been raised on both sides regarding their investigation, and under whose influence are they conducting the probe. Are they able to work independently? Let’s be honest, Sushant Singh Rajput was not such a big star that cops need to pressurized.”

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In the tweet where he attacked Sardesai, Vivek Agnihotri captioned and said,

“First Gangs of Bollywood brought in the theory of ‘mental depression’. Now the ‘Gangs of Media’ are trying new theories that #SushantSinghRajput wasn’t a big star so doesn’t deserve fair investigation. What b***shit. #WhoKilledSushant.”

Rhea Accuses Sushant’s Sister


The girlfriend of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Rhea Chakraborty has come out with fresh allegations on Sushant’s sister. Rhea shared the screenshots of the Whatsapp chats she had with Sushant.

The chats were shared by the actress to the India Today group where Sushant is seen upset with his sister, Priyanka’s behavior with Rhea. In the chat, Sushant first praises Rhea’s family. He says,


“Your family is very epic, Showik is compassionate and you too who are mine, you are a sufficient cause for the inevitable change and respite globally behind these important changes. It will be a pleasure for me to be around you folks Cheers my friend for being a rockstar. You please smile, you look great like that. I would try to sleep now. I wish I had a dream like Jamila. Would it be amazing? Bye.”

Addressing his sister Priyanka, Sushant Singh Rajput writes,

“You do this, after the shameful act, making this a coverup to distract attention playing the victim card to the most non-negotiable act of molestation under the influence of alcohol.”


Source: Free Press Journal