New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: The shockwaves generated out of quaking news of Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s committal of suicide on Sunday have rippled the entertainment industry in India and beyond. Former AIEEE Rank-four holder was a celebrated actor-dancer who left his remarkable cinematic footprint in the movies such as ‘Kai Po Che!’ (2013), PK (2014) and most notably in ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’ (2016), and was found dead in his Bandra residence in Mumbai on Sunday.

Celebrated American professional wrestler, actor, rapper, and television presenter John Cena, also took to social media on Monday to commemorate the cinematic footprint of Sushant Singh Rajput. The former WWE legend shared a monochromatic picture of Sushant and expressed his condolences.

The post received several ‘Rest in Peace’ reactions from Sushant’s fans in India and beyond. Many praised the WWE super star for his gesture at such a moment of painstaking reckoning in India’s entertainment industry.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has opened the conversations in the country towards the most sidelined aspect of mental health and the repercussions which this exact sidelining leads to. Several stalwarts of entertainment industry, politics, sports and others expressed their side of reasoning towards the assertively stereotypical nature of depression in entertainment industry due to an untoward stimulus faced by even Sushant-like talented actors.

“Sushant was undergoing treatment for depression since last 6 months. I see people commenting why did he give up so easily. It's insensitivity like this that people are unable to voice out what they are going through. No one wishes to give up easily. Their demons force them to,” wrote a user.

Earlier, John Cena had shared the infectiously endearing smile of actor Rishi Kapoor who left the world on 30th April, in which the ‘Prem Rog’ superstar could be seen posing in a black suit along with a red tie and white shirt.

Sushant Singh Rajput is survived by his parents and four sisters. The actor’s last rites will take place in Mumbai on Monday.

Posted By: Abhinav Gupta