A death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has raised many questions in Bollywood industry. The discussions are around nepotism, favouritism, and lobbying. On Sunday 14th June, the Chhichore actor was found hanging in the bedroom. He committed suicide at his Bandra residence.
Not even a week has been passed, and already a filmmaker has thought of making a film on late Sushant’s life story. Even the title is out which is “Suicide or Murder: A Star Was Lost”. The director of the film Shamik Maulik has announced the name of the movie and the film is based on how the actors are treated by the industry with no film background when they are trying to make their career in Bollywood.
RIP Sushant Singh Rajput: A film to be made on the late actor’s life titled ‘Suicide or Murder: A Star Was Lost’
As per the reports, the director of the film, Maulik said that his intention of making this film is to end the monopoly of the big stars and production houses of the industry.
The director wants to expose Bollywood with this film. He says, he wants to show how prevalent nepotism is and how the machinery works in Bollywood where opportunities are snatched and given to them who have connections. Maulik said, “I want to break this gang. My story will show everything that was done wrong with Sushant. That boy was forced to end his life. He was bullied by people and boycotted and was even fired from several films back-to-back.”
The story of the film will be based on Sushant’s life, but it will show how injustice is done with the actors who don’t have connections in Bollywood. The director said, “The film is not a biopic but is rather inspired by Sushant’s life. It will spill the beans on many secrets of the film industry.”