It is being told that Sushant Singh Rajput’s father KK Singh has filed an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty on Thursday. After with a netizen asked a question to Kangana’s team. Now here’s what they replied.
Soon after Sushant’s death on June 14 this year, it was being said that he was battling depressing due to the pressure of being an ‘outsider’ in the film industry and nepotism. Keeping this point, actress Kangana Ranaut has also taken the names of Bollywood biggies that are ruling the film industry. She is the actress who came in support of Sushant and continuously speaking in favor of him. After the actor’s demise, there are lots of things that are surfacing in connection with his case. Recently it is being told that Sushant Singh Rajput’s father KK Singh has filed an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty on Thursday.
Let us tell you that Kangana ‘s team is working continuously is on its toes with the ongoing matter of Sushant’s death. And her team is making sure to give the appropriate reply to the netizens related to the matter. Meanwhile, after the news circulated that kk Singh father of Sushant filed a complaint against Rhea, one of the netizens questioned, that where he mentioned that his son is going through a hard phase and dealing with the tensions in Film industry. Tweeting to the above question her team replied “Sushant told me two or three times in the last few months that he feels low because of the ongoing tension in the film industry,” KK Singh reportedly said in his statement” checkout the tweet below.
Further adding to the statement the team replied that the lawyer of this case is also right. They replied saying “Yes but his lawyer is also right, Nepotism, blind items, smear campaigns and systematic breaking of someone’s mind aren’t a criminal offense, so they don’t want to entertain all that only money related matters can make this a criminal case…” The team also said that it’s not just the matter of the case its also about nepotism and the thing going on in the film industry. We request @PMOIndia this must change, false smear campaigns, nepotism boycotting, and banning the talent for no fault of theirs should be a criminal offense as well or else suffering from small-town talent in Bully-wood will never end.”