On the birth anniversary of Sushant Singh Rajput, actress Kangana Ranaut wrote a note recalling the hardships faced by the actor before his untimely death on June 14, 2020.
The actress voiced her ‘regret’ for not being there for him in a series of tweets addressed to ‘Dear Sushant’ as she thought he was ‘strong enough to handle mafia torture.’
Wishing a happy birthday to the late star, she tweeted, “Dear Sushant, movie mafia banned you bullied you and harassed you, many times on social media you asked for help and I regret not being there for you. I wish I didn’t assume you are strong enough to handle mafia torture on your own. I wish …”
The actress, who since the demise of SSR has been very outspoken against the “movie mafia,” also asked all fans to “never forget” the supposed wrongs done to the star. The actress took swipes at the YRF production house and filmmakers Karan Johar and Mahesh Bhatt in her tweets. She even went so far as to say, “These people killed him collectively,” she wrote.
The actress went on to ask fans to mark the day as a “celebration of life” after venting her anger at a select few in the movie industry. She also urged fans in her tweets to embrace positivity and not to pay attention to naysayers.
“Above everything celebrate Sushant day as a celebration of life, don’t let anyone tell you that you aren’t good enough, don’t trust anyone more than yourself, leave people who tell you drugs are the solution and suck you dry financially and emotionally, celebrate #SushantDay,” Ranaut wrote.