Amit Sadh Lashes Out at Komal Nahta For 'TRUTH SERIES' On Sushant's Death

Amit Sadh Lashes Out at Komal Nahta For 'TRUTH SERIES' On Sushant's Death

Amit Sadh Lashes Out at Komal Nahta For 'TRUTH SERIES' On Sushant's Death

Sushant Singh Rajput's death has left the entire country in shock and it has triggered a debate on nepotism prevailing in the country. His death is being used by many to leverage their personal angst against the industry. Amidst this, Bollywood trade analyst Komal Nahta has released videos on social media talking about his death and the truth behind it which has left Sushant's 'Kai Po Che!' co- star Amit Sadh fumes in anger. Amit lashes out at him and has urged people to boycott him and his views.

In a tweet as a reply to Komal Nahta's video, he wrote, "Stop this now!! Have some dignity pls...I beg you...heartless people...”

“Unfollow this guy...and stop this shit going anywhere anymore...don't empower such people and this level of shallowness. They have always told us to keep quiet. But from this point. I will be ashamed to see this and still behave that everything is normal. People"

He further wrote, "I am unfollowing you..that's all I can do right now.. may God, the supreme power give you some compassion and emotional intellect...pls introspect your actions and your greed and lack of empathy!"

Komal Nahta in a series of two videos has released his thoughts on Sushant's demise. Labelling them as "They may try to manipulate your thoughts but the truth has to emerge. Here's part 1 of the Truth Series of Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide!"

Tagging Rhea Chakraborty in his second video, he has written, "You saw the first part of Truth Series on Sushant Singh Rajput's unfortunate suicide. Now, in part 2 watch the heart wrenching story of Sushant and the girl who hasn't uttered a word after his suicide!"

Sushant's death has resulted into a blame game where everyone has forgotten about the shining star who is no more with us. Rather, everyone is busy winning their own battle.

As a tribute to him, we should stop all this and should rather celebrate and remember his good work.

Leave a Comment

OPEN IN APP