By Arré Bench Jun. 18, 2020
The supposedly heartfelt social media posts shared a day after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, have come under fire from a few big names. Kriti Sanon termed social media “the fakest, most toxic place” and Saif Ali Khan said that this performative grief was an “insult” to the late star.
The tragic death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput has led to a number of debates, with speculation over why the actor would take his own life, and conversations on “camps” in Bollywood dominating headlines for the last few days.
The supposedly heartfelt social media posts shared a day after the actor’s death, have now also come under fire by a few big names in the industry, who termed the tributes “fake” and a display of “hypocrisy”.
Kirti Sanon, who was one of the few actors who didn’t post their condolences on social media, was also one of the first to speak out. A day after the actor’s funeral, she took to Instagram to say that Sushant Singh’s death had broken her completely, before lashing out at those who asked why she hadn’t posted about Sunday’s events earlier.