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Say no to nepotism

The recent demise of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput has hung us to the utmost disconsolate. He was a brilliant,

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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  19 Jun 2020 3:21 AM GMT

The recent demise of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput has hung us to the utmost disconsolate. He was a brilliant, hardworking, passionate, actor who never derelict to his work. Always aspired to achieve new heights, his charismatic smile melted the heart of millions.

Recent report says that he had been guzzling through depression for quite some time. Exact root to his decision is not known. But nepotism can be a probable cause, as every inch of B-town is congesting with it. It is the practice of offering wealth, fame and success to the relatives by the prevailing power defaming the real talent. Nepotism has been seen since the Raja-Maharaja days, and still prevails in every sector from sports and business to religion. Barricaded from Bollywood he hollered in pain. His talent never acknowledged, brilliant work like 'M.S. Dhoni: The untold story', 'Chhichhore' were never as appreciated as it should be. In B-town it is seen that all the stardom and limelight is given to the star kids, they are hailed as superstars, snatching it from the one who actually deserves. The struggling actors are being patronized by the big superstars. Likely such things totally wrecked up his mind, He was all left alone and overwhelmed in his thoughts. Although he should have fought with befitting response but stumbled into the pitfall, feasibly his death may not be a suicide but succumbed to the hands of nepotism. Bollywood is cussed with unlettered barbaric people, destitute of brilliant scientific mind like Sushant.

Through you esteemed daily I vouch against nepotism in B-town anticipating one day holistic approach would be taken to curb it.

Pritsha Saikia,

Raha, Nagaon

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