Wish they picked up your calls instead of posting on social media today: Aditi Bhatia, Nakuul Mehta and Hina Khan slam 'fake people' after Sushant Singh Rajput's demise

Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely demise due to suicide has made several celebrities angry at 'the hypocrisy of Bollywood'. Ever since the actor passed away on June 14, actors from TV and Bollywood industry have been slamming 'fake people' for showing love on social media and not being there for Sushant when he needed them the most. 

Yeh Hai Mohabbattein actress Aditi Bhatia shared an old video of Sushant, where he admitted that he only has two friends. He shared that he likes people, but somehow they don't find his conversations interesting. He added that they pretend to like him, but don't pick his calls. Sharing the video, Aditi wrote, "I had to take this out. RIP Sushant Singh Rajput I wish they picked up your calls and spoke to you instead of posting on social media today... "


I wish they picked up your calls and spoke to you instead of posting on social media today...

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Nakuul Mehta shared a long note talking about the actor's demise. Nakuul posed several questions, emphasizing on how many of us have lost the real essence of relationships and how the growing competition is depriving us of our dreams. The actor also rightly reflected the fragility of people's lives and the depth of relationships. 


... . . #SushantSinghRajput

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Hina Khan shared her boyfriend Rocky's note on Instagram that talked about 'gang mentality'. In a hard-hitting note, Rocky wrote, "There is a herd mentality in the people with background n position who practice ‘Gang Mentality’. They do what their parents did and their kids will do it no matter what. This demand n supply curve can only be tilted and perhaps changed by us, the demand. The audience!"