Parts of India Twitter blaming #KaranJohar and #AliaBhatt for the tragic suicide of Sushant – for some silly game p… https://t.co/D3BenTREwo
— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) 1592247667000
Sushant didn’t leave a note. We don’t know what he went thru. We don’t know the cause. STOP taking out ur frustrati… https://t.co/Lz82gr5BRw
— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) 1592247838000
Swara wrote in her tweet, “Parts of India Twitter blaming #Karanjohar and #AliaBhatt for the tragic suicide of Sushant-for some silly game played on a frivolous and pointless chat show (that All those people are now abusing Bollywood nepotism lapped up) is both the height of idiocy and hypocrisy! 1/n” “Sushant didn’t leave a note. We don’t know he went thru. We don’t know the cause. Taking out ur frustration using the pain of a troubled person. He didn’t leave a note! Get it? He didn’t want to talk about it. He’s gone. Let him have his peace & his family privacy. 2/n.” This Twitter thread sparked further controversy.
On Sunday afternoon Sushant passed away due to suicide at his Bandra residence. The actor was reportedly suffering from depression. His last rites were performed by his family in Mumbai. Sushant’s funeral was attended by several Bollywood celebrities and co-stars like Rajkummar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor, Kriti Sanon, Vivek Oberoi and Varun Sharma.