New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: The untimely demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has left fans and celebrities across the country in a shock. The death of the 34-year-old actor has sparked a debate on nepotism and favouritism in Bollywood.

However, Sushant’s close friend and filmmaker Sandip Ssingh has sparked another controversy after he revealed that he got calls from many “powerful people” who complained about why they were not invited to Sushant’s cremation.

Speaking to Bollywood Hungama, Sandip said that after the cremation when he went home there were many calls and messages by people saying ‘we are powerful people, you have not invited us’. He further said that he was shocked that at a time like that people were complaining about this.

Sandip revealed that there were people who came to attend the cremation despite the controversies like Ekta Kapoor. “She was there on her own,” Sandip said.

While mentioning about the other members who were at the last rites of Sushant, Sandip said, “Shraddha Kapoor, Randeep Hooda, ye saare log waha aa ke baarish me khade the, ro rahe the.”

Sandip also shared his feelings and requested everyone on behalf of the family to not indulge in the blame game. “More than his death, I am hurt by the things people are doing,” he said while urging people to not play the blame games as it is also creating a bad image on the upcoming talents.

He revealed that he has been receiving text messages from people saying that after what is happening in the industry they won’t send their kids to Bollywood while adding that it’s a tough time for the family nut people are just blaming others.

Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide on June 14 at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. According to reports, Sushant was under depression and was taking anti-depressant pills from the last six months. His demise has shaken people across the country. Sushant’s death has re-ignited the issues of the dark side of the Bollywood industry and the netizens have slammed Karan Johar and other star kids.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma