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By: Priyanka Sikdar

Last Update: 2020-11-19 01:40:07 IST

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The Mumbai Police called it a "clear case of suicide" but his mourning family members and die heart fans wanted a detailed and fair investigation for which the case was handed over to the CBI and NCB and Enforcement Directorate.

Indians still don't seem to pull through the loss of one of the most promising ,talented and actors of Bollywood, Sushant Singh Rajput. This 34 year old actor was found dead ,hanging from the ceiling fan in his home in Bandra ,Mumbai on 14th June 2020. The actor was trapped in the shackles of clinical depression and was battling bipolar disorder.

The Mumbai Police called it a "clear case of suicide" but his mourning family members and die heart fans wanted a detailed and fair investigation for which the case was handed over to the CBI and NCB and Enforcement Directorate. Recently Ranveer Singh ,the brand ambassador of the top snack brand 'Bingo' is on the verge of being boycotted by Indian movie lovers for creating an advertisement that seems to bully or insult our deceased actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

In the advertisement Ranveer Singh is seen attending a family get together where everyone is curious about his future plans to which he answers in a different angle after consuming the bingo chips that his future plans are "to arrange a conference in order to match the feelings of the aliens and uses specific words such as paradoxical, photon and formula like e=mc^2" (words that were often used by the late actor SSR).

People' sentiments were already heart by his sudden death and this advertisement seems to add fuel to the fire. According to them it's a deliberate attempt of mockery and bullying of SSR and disrespect towards a pure soul who is no more. People are equally agitated at the fact that this brand (Bingo) is promoting the partners of those celebrities who were related to the drugs case in SSR's suicide case.

The reaction of the audience is so threatening that they even want the snacks brand to be boycotted and file complaints against the company and fill their mail box with report and spam messages. And even if their grumblings would go unheard they want Sushant's family members to file a case of 'Defamation' against the snacks company.

Sushant Singh Rajput who was an astrophysics enthusiast and pursued engineering before making his way into the Bollywood is still considered to be the most intelligent and educated as well as talented actor of our times. According to his fans chanting some astrophysics terms won't make Ranveer Singh or any other celebrity of Bollywood as intelligent as Sushant.

His fans took a step forward by burning the chips and quoted that a brand that promotes drug addicts can't possibly offer good quality food. Audience is even asking Arnab Goswami , the Chief-Editor of Republic news to bring this issue in the limelight in the media house. People are now mocking Ranveer Singh by portraying a picture where Ranveer is seen wearing a shinny golden long over-sized shrug paired with a pair of black jeans and high-neck t-shirt and black googles and a black helmet and the other pictures portrays Sushant seeing the night sky through his telescope.

SSR's fan is about to turn Ranveer Singh and his wife Deepika Padukone to dust. People are referring to them as "Harpic cocaine boy and Harpic hash girl". It's very clear from the reaction of the audience that they don't want to hear a single word of abuse about Sushant  and other celebrities can't mock him or bring down his reputation under the garb of words.

 

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