The untimely death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who allegedly committed suicide in his apartment in Mumbai on Sunday, has not just shocked Bollywood, but the whole country.
Rajput had won the hearts of Tamil fans by playing cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the bio-pic ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’. Here are some tributes by Kollywood celebrities.
Jayam Ravi: RIP #SushantSinghRajput A bright talent gone too soon! #MentalHealthMatters is a real thing.. let’s act before it’s too late.
Raiza Wilson: We live in a world where happiness and success are measured on a very wrong parameter. And this is the result.
Vikram Prabhu: Loved him as Dhoni. This way shouldn’t have been a choice. Shocking and uneasy to think about RIP #SushantSinghRajput.
Amy Jackson: 2020 has been a hard year so far but depression is nothing new – it’s been a global pandemic for years! We must remove the stigma that surrounds #mentalhealth & start addressing conditions with compassion rather than dismissal. After spending months in isolation it’s OK, to not feel OK. We’re living through an uncertain, unsettling time. If you are struggling, please reach out – talk to a friend or family member. I’ll also be sharing charities that can help & support. Just know that you’re not alone.
Devi Sri Prasad: Heartbreaking.. Not able to digest this still..Such a Brilliant Actor..This shudnt hav happened :(Dfntly
Life is Bigger than any Problem..Hope this doest happen with anybody else hereafter..May ur Soul rest in peace Dear @itsssrBouquet #RIPSushantSinghRajput.
Parvathy: Sushant Singh Rajput , I would like to take a moment to celebrate his life;an actor extraordinaire who gave us some incredible cinematic experiences & an earnest human being who spoke up about staying true to his emotions. We may never know his battles but we can must remain respectful.Also, please reach out to your closest and not-so-close ones. Check in on them. Check in on yourself and reach out for a quick call or a text. I did.A support system is priceless to have, no matter to what degree. These are very very tough times. Let’s make sure we have each other’s back.Sending everyone lots of love.
Aathmika: Depression: The ignored pandemic! Take care.
Bhavana Balakrishnan: Everytime some horrific incident occurs, there’s always a knee jerk reaction. And then back to work, instead let’s react less and respond more to the ones around. Call, text and ASK your family/ friends if they need YOUR help. Take the initiative if you feel someone needs it.