It's been over two years now since Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput left his admirers in grief. However, he still remains alive in the hearts of his family members, friends, fans and admirers.
Even after two years of his demise, his fans have been crying out for justice. The silence of several Bollywood filmmakers and A-listed actors over SSR's mysterious death is considered one of the reasons that sparked resentment among his fans which ignited the calls of boycotting Bollywood movies.
Recently, boycott calls for movies like Brahmastra, Laal Singh Chaddha, Samrat Prithviraj and several other flicks have adversely impacted the overall business. Even though Ranbir-Alia starrer Brahmastra managed a glorious opening in its first weekend, reports have even surfaced that the movie has suffered a lot in some places. Apart from the negative reviews, several theaters are running vacant.
Regarding the box office collections and Brahmastra doing wonders in major cities, netizens claim it as a bluff by the makers to refrain several others who are yet to book their tickets of Brahmastra.
Meanwhile, SSR's sister Meetu Singh, taking a jibe at Bollywood, the filmmakers and actors, wrote in her social media post, "Sushant's Brahmastra is enough to destroy this Bollywood."
Her post further read, "Bollywood has always wanted to dictate the public, never stopping to show mutual respect n humility."
She also went on to add, "How can we let people like this be the face of our country which is so rich in moral values? Their sorry attempt of winning the public's love with pretentiousness has failed. Quality and moral values r the only thing that'll win admiration n respect."
Fans and well-wishers of SSR have been training guns on Bollywood filmmakers and actors over nepotism since a long time. They even held them responsible for SSR's death with the probabilities of him being a victim of nepotism.
The Dil Bechara actor's body was found hanging at his residence in Mumbai on June 14, 2020. Since then, unrest fans have been demanding justice with stringent action into the death case.