By Trishna Das, Updated : Jun 16, 2020 17:10 IST
Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide sparks debate on Bollywood's nepotism: Karan Johar trolled on social media

Sushant Singh Rajput's death due to suicide has sparked controversies. Social media is abuzz with the debate of Nepotism existing in Bollywood. On Sunday, Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead after he hanged himself in his apartment in Mumbai's Bandra. Soon after the news of his death escalated on social media, the film and television fraternity was left in a state of shock. Expressing grief over the demise of the 34-year-old actor, celebrities took to their social media handles to pay tribute to the late actor. Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor and many other celebs took to social media to express their grief over Sushant's untimely demise.  

Sharing a photo of himself and Sushant on Twitter, Karan Johar wrote, "This is heartbreaking….I have such strong memories of the times we have shared …I can’t believe this ….Rest in peace my friend…when the shock subsides only the best memories will remain….Broken heart,” further adding “I blame myself for not being in touch with you for the past year….. I have felt at times like you may have needed people to share your life with…but somehow I never followed up on that feeling.”

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However, soon after Johar posted his message on social media, the public became furious and started slamming the producer for being the "Father of Nepotism".

Sushant's supporters started a trolling spree for all celebrities favouring nepotism and #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput started trending at the top on Twitter. Meanwhile, Kangana Ranaut also shared a long video through her Instagram handle where she said that Sushant wasn't given any acknowledgement for his work in Bollywood.

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Actor-politician Prakash Raj also took to his Twitter account to express grief over the talented actor's sudden demise. He said that nepotism does exist in the film industry, however, he managed to survive, unlike Sushant.

Check out some of the Tweets trolling Karan Johar for Nepotism: