Gangism, not nepotism responsible for Sushant’s death: Shekhar Suman


Well-known actor Shekhar Suman has said on the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput that gangism, not nepotism is responsible for his death. He said in Patna on Tuesday that there are mafias in Bollywood, who decide the future of an actor.

Actor Shekhar Suman has given a big statement on the suicide of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. He has said that nepotism is not responsible for the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, but gangism is.

Shekhar Suman met Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav in Patna on Tuesday. Both of them raised the issue in a press conference that people initially felt that it is suicide but facts and evidence have come out in the past, in which it is proved that there may be a conspiracy behind the death.

Shekhar Suman said, ‘Many facts and evidence have come out, which shows that there is more to it than what is seen. It may be a conspiracy that Sushant Singh Rajput was brought to the brink of suicide. This matter should be thoroughly investigated’.

Taking a sarcasm at Bollywood, television star Shekhar Suman said that the syndicate and mafia are running in the film industry, which determines the future of an actor. He said that he knows the names of Bollywood celebrities who were part of this syndicate, but will not name anyone because they do not have concrete evidence.

Shekhar Suman said in the tone of raising the question that gangism and factionalism prevail in the film industry. How is it possible that a man like Sushant Singh did not write a suicide note? Sushant also changed 50 SIM cards in the last one month. Whom was he avoiding? Was there a professional rival?

Shekhar Suman also questioned Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s reluctance to meet Sushant Singh Rajput’s family.

He criticized CM Nitish Kumar and said that Nitish Kumar should have met Sushant’s family. ‘When I tried to meet him, I was told that he was not meeting anyone because of Covid-19. If Tejashwi can meet me then why not Nitish Kumar?’