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Sushant singh rajput and bollywood

14 June, 2020. I write and underline this date in red.

It’s been a week and a day since we lost the great actor to suicide. While we flood social media with tributes to him and awareness about mental health, Sushant is probably flailing around and looking down at us through the smoky clouds. 

In this post, I’m not going to dove on about mental health, nor I am going lay flowers for him. This post isn’t a rant; this is serious and needs to be more talked about.

On the morning of 14th, the whole nation was left in a state of shock. It was the third death in Bollywood in the past two months, all of which were sudden and unexpected.

Since his death, a lot has been unraveled about the Bollywood, its dark side and the nepotism in the industry.

This is post is not to blame anyone, nor to praise anyone. It is about what we as an audience can do, with a slight concoction about the aforementioned topics.

  1. We need to be a vigilant and responsible audience, we need to watch and like the content, rather than the actors.

We have pedestalizedthe film workers so much that we forgot that they, too, like us are just at a job. A job which is as ordinary as ours, just that everyone and anyone under the sky can have access to it, acknowledge it or reject it.

  • We choose and make someone’s career, we need to watch their work and assess it and not just absorb anything that they show us.
  • While we blame the hierarchical paradigm of Bollywood and lash out the ones who are where they are because of blood, we must not start targeting everyone. Those at fault must be gripped but those who have done nothing wrong, shall not be targeted.
  • Bollywood is the nation’s industry just like BHEL or BSNL. Everyone shall have the opportunity to work in it, and this should not be regulated by the already established workers.

A government regulated systemic processes shall be incorporated that check the industry and recruit the workers.

Bollywood does not belong to star kids; it belongs to us, our nation and its common people.

Raise your voice before it’s too late and we are robbed of our own industry.

Reach out to me @ekanika_shah on instagram.


Sushant Singh Rajput’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty was suspected for this reason, interrogated for 9 hours by the police, here’s everything she was asked

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has deeply impacted all the fans and followers and the entire nation mourned his untimely demise. Social media has been taken by storm after it was discovered that he was suffering from clinical depression. Also, people are slamming Bollywood to contribute to his suicide. The whole “nepotism” debate is back on table and the ‘blame-game’ is on. But amidst all this, police are interrogating the ‘professional rivalry’ angle.

Recently, rumoured girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty was summoned for 9 hours by police as she was living with Sushant at his rented Bandra penthouse. She was accompanied by her father.
A source revealed some important inside information from this interrogation session with Rhea to Pinkvilla. The source said, “In the last few months, the person who was the closest to Sushant was Rhea and they were together almost all the time. Police decided to call her first today.”

Rhea and Sushant had grown close towards each other in this lockdown, but days before the actor took this drastic step, Rhea moved out from the house with her bags which indicated their breakup following some problems in the relationship. The source by Pinkvilla suggested, “Rhea was asked to show all the text messages exchanged between the two. Her entire phone was scanned, including all their pictures and videos together. Rhea spoke about living in with Sushant and also revealed that they were planning to buy a property as well, as revealed by their broker previously. She admitted that they did plan to get married by the end of 2020.”

Before Sushant decided to end his life, he called Rhea a night before but she didn’t pick the calls. He also called his Pavitra Rishta co-star Mahesh Shetty, who also didn’t pick the call. The call records suggested, “Rhea happens to be the last person Sushant dialed before going to sleep. The actor called Mahesh Shetty first who didn’t answer and then called Rhea who also didn’t pick up the call. He went to sleep, woke up and saw Mahesh had returned the call. He called him back but it didn’t get connected.”

In the last few months, Sushant was diagnosed with clinical depression and Rhea was the only one to be with him. According to the same report, “Police asked her about his behavioural changes that she noticed. She not only spoke about it but apparently showed proof that proved how he was undergoing treatment for clinical depression. Sushant had turned towards meditation and yoga to maintain his well-being. She also told police that there would be days when he would feel extremely low and upset. She also shared that he would refuse to take his medication and she tried to coax him to take them but to no avail.”

There were some reports doing rounds that before Sushant’s demise, Mahesh Bhatt asked Rhea to vacate the house and leave Sushant when she told him that Sushant was behaving weird as he was talking to himself and hearing voices. But it’s unknown if this particular point was addressed in the interrogation.
Although Rhea was accompanied by her father to the police station, her father was not allowed to be in the interrogation session with Rhea. The same report suggested, “The police questioned her about everything and her father wasn’t allowed to be present while she was being interrogated.”

Police are now analysing Rhea’s statement and their investigation is still going on and they are planning to make some more calls to those people who were close to Sushant.


What is More dangerous than the death-(Mental_health).

Stress mental or emotional strain caused when the ego overrides the rational mind with the ridiculous assumption that absorbing everyone’s problems and taking on more tasks than humanly possible will somehow results in greater love and appreciation..Mental health problems these days are rising like anything specially in adolescents and you adults , social media might be the reason.With the increase in mental health problems people get into depression which someone quotes rightly that is more dangerous than death itself. According to American Psychological Association, rates of mood disorders, and suicide related outcomes have increased significantly over the last decade among these age groups, impacting humans mental health.The increase in adolescents major depressive episode began after 2011 concurrent with the increased ownership of smart phones and concomitant increase in digital media in the age group.In many ways mental health is just like physical health everybody has it and should take care of it.Good mental health is necessary in order to think,feel and react in the ways that you what to live your life.Mental health problems leads to depression, anxiety to rarer problems such as ‘Biopolar Disorder’.Few days back the famous Bollywood star ‘Sushant Singh Rajput’ have his life by doing sucicide according to sources he was facing mental issues since last few months which proves that mental should be given priority over career, and social acceptance.So take a deep breath it’s just a bad day not a bad life.After every storm there is a Sunshine.

Mental health a forever necessity

Late Actor Sushant Singh Rajput

The nation is mourning over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Everybody is asking a question why?. Why? he has taken such a big step.

A self-made star who was found dead on Sunday morning at his Mumbai residence.

It is said that he has been fighting against depression for past months.

Depression is a very heavy word to hear. Our society doesn’t want to hear this. Though with time changes have been brought into the society. Still, we don’t feel comfortable talking about our mental wellness.

In our daily life, we give priority to our physical health, our nutrition intakes. Rarely we talk about our mental health. This is the age of technology we are busy doing nothing on the internet scrolling the page and barely talk with someone.

Depression is not a state of mind that can’t be cured. It is a state of mind when someone has lost hope from his/her life. When someone focuses only on negative thoughts. At its worst, it leads to suicide. Anyone can suffer from it at any point in time of his/her life. There is nothing to feel shy about not sharing.

Yesterday we hear the news of the brilliant actor Mr. Rajput but this is the only case we are aware of. Everyday many people die of depression. According to WHO- Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in 15-29-year-olds.

We are nothing to question about the choice of a person to end his/her life. We have not walked through his/her shoes. But as human beings, we can talk, express our feelings to our near and dear ones.

Its completely to be ok, not to be ok. Life is precious. There is always a ray of hope. There is a morning after every night.

We as a friend, a family should have our eyes on our loved ones.
Talk, communicate ask for their wellness. Make them feel that you love them, you care for them.

Without passing any judgments give them a helping hand.
If someone is feeling the same then suggest them for meditation, take for doctors’ help. Tell them to be busy or do whatever they like to do if they don’t like to do anything then even it is ok not to do anything. But death… It is not a solution.

especially, in this pandemic time when we all are on the same stage, we should talk with each other, communicate about our well beings.

Actor: An Inspiration for the youngsters

He was a dreamer and achiever. Starting from nothing to one of the brightest stars of Bollywood he proved that through hard work and dedication anyone can achieve their goals.

He was a bright student. He got admission in Delhi technological university with 7th rank in the DCE entrance exam. During his engineering days, he joined Shiamak Davar’s dance academy. Later he joined television with the drama “Kis Desh Mein hai Mera Dil” in 2008 and became famous with his drama “Pavitra Rishta” 2009.

The Boy Next Door image guy has now made a Bollywood debut with “Kai Po Che”. And his career shot from here. After this Shuddha Desi Romance, PK, Detective Byomkesh Bakshy, M.S. Dhoni: The untold story, Raabta, Kedarnath, Sonchiriya, and the last movie Chhichore.

He had got the film fare award best actor male for the
film M.S. Dhoni: The untold story.

Despite, not having any godfather in Bollywood with his hard work and dedication, he proved that anyone can pursue his/her dreams if they are determined to do so.

Not only acting skills but also his perspective towards life is an inspiration for the youngsters.

In one of his Instagram posts, he shares the lists of his dreams that to be accomplished. He shared the images with the caption 50 dreams and counting…

A self-made star who was fascinated by the secrets of cosmos has become a part of that…

🌸Towards being vocal about Mental Health🌸

I am sure we are all shocked, deeply gutted and extremely upset by the news. It’s so difficult to register and almost feels like a personal loss.

A person who looks so content, oozing happiness and vitality in every media gathering attended, amongst each and every small interaction he had and yet somehow we couldn’t figure out what is going on inside the mind of that person. Does it signify our inability to interpret emotions?. I guess, partly it does, but the underlying truth is that people have become so good at pretending and concealing their true innermost thoughts. I think this is where the root of the suffering lies.
Why can’t we be honest? Why can’t we be transparent?.
If we are vulnerable, let us not shy away from the insecurities. Instead we should talk and communicate and just vent out our feelings. Afterall, we have always got so many people around. They may be our friends, colleagues, parents and even if you feel that you are the unluckiest soul on the planet that you don’t have any confidante.
‎Don’t get disheartened dear. Just go and immerse yourself in the divine and you’ll find peace there but you need to acknowledge the fact that you are not alone first. It’s about these initial, little steps towards attaining peace.

Life is so fickle. Practice gratitude daily🙏🏻 you never know what the next moment has in store for you.

Depression and anxiety comes from a set of fluctuating thoughts centered at negativity and that is also quite normal, happens with everyone but varies in terms of intensity and emotional support received. I think it’s really important to to SHARE so that it doesn’t even reach that stage (of suicide) and you never know you can save a lot many lives and maybe your even your own. Let usall be just be nice and kind to everybody around. Even if the person doesn’t seem to be in need, let us always try and radiate positivity and benignity, through our words, to every person that we encounter with cause we never know if that person really needed to hear those words. We might save a life by just being kind so that there’s no room for any regrets.

Sushant starred in the movie Chhichhore and he himself delivered many dialogues regarding how to combat the suicidal thoughts but somehow when you get trapped in the bubble of negativity, you just can’t find a way out. But what we fail to understand is that light is always present, we just need to make an effort to step out of that room of darkness and that cannot be done alone. You need some amount of strength, encouragement and support and that is what your family members are for.

‎It’s time that we learn to be as vocal as possible about mental health and if you feel you cannot afford professional help, then it’s completely okay. There are even numerous pages on Instagram who are there to hear what you want to say without even mentioning about your name. The trick is that when you just let it out of your heart it then just vanishes and you feel so light, so relieved. I am sure you must have experienced this. All I want to say is that life is so precious. It is a gift to us by the almighty and we simply don’t have any right to end what is not created by us. We are the manifestation of the Supreme itself. Feel it, let the power fill the void within. Let us all remember that there’s always a sunrise following the sunset.

My loveliest hugs to all the mental health survivors out there who are fighting a constant battle with themselves and emerging out stronger than ever. You guys are the real heroes and inspiration to so many, trust me. I hope Sushant’s soul rests in the peaceful bliss which we couldn’t give him or he himself couldn’t find in this world.

And THIS🙏🏻

Sharing another heartfelt *string of thoughts* by not a star TV actress or winner of Bigg Boss 12, but a fan of the passed soul!

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