Sahil Vaid, who was a co-star with Sushant in Dil Bechara has recently kept his views on the film Drive.
Actor Sahil Vaid, who was a co-star with Sushant in Dil Bechara has recently kept his views on the film Drive that was released on the OTT Platform. And also kept his views on the ongoing nepotism debate after Sushant Singh Rajput’s case. He said that the film Drive made by Karan Johar was not a well-made film. It turned out to be a bad film and he was stuck with it. He further revealed that it was difficult for Karan Johar to find theatres for the film. And then the film was finally released on the OTT platform. The news that surrounded the film drive, that it was intentionally released on OTT is completely fake, and there was no such thing like that.
Talking further Sahil kept his statement about nepotism also. Keeping his views he said that nepotism could be a problem in the film industry for outsiders. But once you enter the industry no one can stop you. Talking to Navbharat times “One name is being blamed in Sushant’s case but someone else is responsible.” However, after saying this he did not reveal anything further. Adding to the statement he also said that Sushant is not the one who will suffer silently. But I don’t know what exactly happened to him. He was so jolly on sets and would often make everyone around happy. I was shocked to know after I got the news that he committed suicide.
After Shushant died Several filmmakers in the industry, including Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Aditya Chopra, have also been questioned by the Mumbai Police in connection to the case. A case has also been filed against the actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty for abetment to suicide.