Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise came as a shock to his fans, friends, and colleagues from the film industry. Actress Kriti Sanon who was a dear friend of the late actor was one of the actors who attended his funeral on Monday. Today, the actress who has worked with Sushant Singh Rajput in the 2017 film Raabta took to her Instagram handle to pour out her thoughts on the events that unfolded after the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput.
Several members from the film fraternity took to social media to express grief. However, Kriti did not post anything on the day of his demise and was trolled for the same. Talking about trolling and the toxic nature of social media, Kriti wrote, “Its strange that the otherwise trolling, gossiping world suddenly wakes up to your niceness and positive side once you are gone..Social media is the FAKEST, most toxic place. and if you haven't posted RIP or said something publicly, you are considered not to be grieving, when in reality, those are the people grieving for REAL. It seems Social Media is the new"Real" world.. and the Real world has become "Fake".”
The actress further addressed the insensitivity with some media people handled the situation. “Some MEDIA people have completely lost their motive and sensitivity.. At a time like this, all they do is ask you to come live or give a comment! Like really??!Banging the car window and saying "madam sheesha neeche karo na" to get a clearer picture of someone going for a funeral…Funeral is a very private and personal affair.. Lets put Humanity before our profession! I request media to either not be present there or at least maintain some dignity and distance.Behind the starry glitter and the so-called glamour, we are normal human beings with the same feelings as you have.Don't forget that..here should be RULES for Journalism someone should define what acceptable, whats not, what falls under "journalism", and what comes under "None of Your Business" and "Live and let live".”
Finally, she also addressed how one needs to stop bringing in gender in expressing emotions. “We need to stop phrases like "ladke nahi rote", "aise nahi rote", "don't cry, be strong".. Crying is not a sign of weakness.. so cry your heart out, scream if you need to know everything that you are feeling, its ok to not be ok, but talk it out with the one you feel might understand. Take your time to heal.. Hold onto your family and people who genuinely love you and care about you..Never let them go.. they are your strength and will be by your side no matter what.. SO LET them be around.. no one is strong enough to battle life alone..,” she concluded.
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