'Silence Speaks Volumes': Vidyut Jammwal When Asked Why He Didn't Post For Sushant Singh Rajput

Vidyut Jammwat shared this picture. (courtesy mevidyutjammwat)

Highlights

  • A consumer tweeted, “Hey Vidyut, no tweet for Sushant”
  • “All of us grieve and mourn – I do it quietly,” he replied
  • “Neither the departed soul nor the household is studying the tweets,” he adde

New Delhi:

Three days after Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying, Vidyut Jammwal has been put beneath scrutiny on social media for not sharing a tribute put up or a eulogy be aware for the late actor. A consumer’s tweet to Vidyut Jammwal learn, “hey Vidyut, no tweet for Sushant,” to which the actor replied saying, “Silence speaks volumes in the event you cease and pay attention. Absent tears or incapability to write down heartfelt eulogies and remembrances may be a approach of expressing grief. Neither the departed soul nor the household is studying the tweets, so who to write down for? All of us grieve and mourn- I do it quietly.” Learn his tweet right here:

Silence speaks volumes in the event you cease & pay attention. Absent tears/ incapability to write down heartfelt eulogies and remembrances may be a approach of expressing grief,Neither the departed soul nor the household is studying the Tweets ,so who to write down for? All of us grieve and mourn- i do it quietly. https://t.co/YJks0oaV1D

— Vidyut Jammwal (@VidyutJammwal) June 16, 2020

Sushant Singh Rajput was discovered lifeless at his Mumbai dwelling on Sunday – police say he died by suicide and an investigation is ongoing. Tributes for the late actor poured in on social media from his co-stars and colleagues from the movie fraternity. Sushant’s Raabta co-star Kriti Sanon and his Chhichhore co-star Shraddha Kapoor had been shamed on-line for failing to put up tributes to the late actor on social media – nonetheless, the commentary modified after they visited Sushant’s household throughout his funeral at Pawan Hans crematorium on Monday. Kriti Sanon shared a note on Wednesday where she called out the critical fans for labelling her “heartless” and media for “banging” at her car window when she was going for the late actor’s funeral. Kriti wrote, “Banging the automotive window and saying madam sheesha neeche karo na to get a clearer image of somebody going for a funeral. Funeral is a really personal and private affair. Let’s put humanity earlier than our career.” She additionally criticised the media for writing blind objects and mentioned, “Blind objects needs to be unlawful, needs to be banned. They need to come beneath psychological harassment. So, both have proof and a few f***king guts to write down the names, or do not write in any respect.” Blind objects are articles that anonymously run on the Web, with out taking names of the individuals the article is about.

Mr Rajput’s dying on Sunday additionally prompted his colleagues from the movie fraternity to name out the “Bollywood Privilege Club” and the nepotism rampant in the industry. Actors Ranvir Shorey, Vivek Oberoi, Raveena Tandon, and filmmakers Shekhar Kapur and Anubhav Sinha tweeted relating to the “imply women gang” and the camps which might be prevalent within the trade. Politician Sanjay Nirupam alleged that Mr Rajput misplaced seven movies in tenure of six months after his 2019 hit Chhichhore.

Sushant’s funeral was attended by a handful of his colleagues from the Bollywood trade. Kriti Sanon, Shraddha Kapoor, Ranvir Shorey, Rajkummar Rao and his first director Abhishek Kapoor had been current with the late actor’s household in the course of the ritual.

Sushant, who shot to fame with the TV cleaning soap Pavitra Rishta, was final seen within the 2019 movie Chhichhore and the Netflix movie Drive.

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