Sushant Singh Rajput’s Suicide
The Bollywood actor, famous for his roles in the popular movies PK, Chicchorre, biopic of MS Dhoni and more was found dead in his Bandra apartment in Mumbai on Sunday, June 14th.
According to reports, the house help found him hanging by the ceiling fan and immediately reported it to the police.
Mumbai police has declared his death to be suicide, however, investigation is underway. His Covid-19 tests have allegedly come out negative and his body has been taken to a hospital in Mumbai for post-mortem.
The police has not found a suicide note yet but the help who was at the residence stated that Sushant had been very depressed these past few days. Upon further investigation, it was revealed that he had been getting treatment for his depression. The police managed to find his prescriptions and medications from his apartment which are being looked into.
Celebrities React To Sushant’s Sudden Demise
The news about Sushant’s death was as much a shock to the public and his fellow actors as it was for his family. Everyone claims that Sushant’s actions had never let on that he was suffering from depression.
‘At a loss for words..’ tweeted Sanjay Dutt as the news was broken to the media.
Alia Bhatt’s tweeted, ‘I’m in a deep state of shock… I’m totally devastated…’
The heartbreaking news about the young chap who had very quickly achieved stardom, seems to have put everyone at a loss of words.
Karan Kundra’s heartbreaking tweet says it all, ‘I have nothing to say… I woke up to the worst news possible…’
Sushant’s friends and co stars’ reactions to his demise are equally heart wrenching as the news itself is.
Mahira Khan tweeted:
His sudden death is an eye-opener for all of us to be on the lookout for people who might be feeling lonely or depressed. Depressed souls often go unidentified as they have mastered the art of concealing their emotions. I believe this is a reminder for all of us to frequently check on our friends and listen to their problems with the utmost attention.
Sushant’s Death Leaves Fans Devastated
Sushant Singh Rajput had a great following and his suicide has left all of his fans in a state of shock and disbelief.
They can’t seem to accept the fact that the very guy whose last movie, Chicchhore, was about the message that suicide is never the answer has now committed suicide.
Meeting Sushant in Hell
On the contrary, the ugly side of the public was also revealed. It was baffling to see how many Pakistani people were quick to bash a dead man.
There were a great many people ‘celebrating’ his death, calling him names, making insensitive memes about his death and what not. Here’s one such example:
The insensitivity of these people clearly reveals their ignorance. Islam is a religion of peace and it does not teach us to abuse someone based on his religion. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Suicide revealed so much about Pakistani minds.
Why — if they have a problem with another — can they not stay silent instead of making hurtful and disrespectful jokes about them. Staying silent is better than causing even more grief to the person’s loved ones.
Many illiterate and unaware of true teaching of Islam came with their interpretation. They made hateful comments and left us speechless. We wish and pray for their guidance and want to inform if they are reading that Islam teaches us respecting every soul. Here is an example of it. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Suicide
The Meraki strongly condemns such inhumane acts and unsympathetic people who have no respect for others whatsoever.
They justify their acts by saying that the opposing party does the same when someone we respect is harmed but tell me, when have two wrongs ever made a right? Sushant Singh Rajput’s Suicide
The Meraki team sincerely apologizes for the heartless comments and jokes being propagated by the Pakistani public. We oppose such behaviour and stand against bullying and slander of all kinds.
It is a plea to all of our Pakistani people to be kind as our religion teaches us to be and not to be insensitive in such matters. If you cannot be of help, please do not be of harm either.
Make sure to reach out to your friends and family from time to time to check on them. You never know what someone might be going through. To all the followers of The Meraki, we are here for you if you have no one to talk to and need support. Our team of mental health experts will always be happy to help you. You may DM us on Instagram @themeraki.magazine.