The shock waves created by the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput are yet to settle down.
Actress Lavanya Tripathi posted: “It is nice to talk about people who left us, but even more important to be good to people who are fighting their war. Be nice.”
She also said, “Can people please stop sharing pictures of #SushantSinghRajput Dead body, its extremely disrespectful and disgusting act, at least now let the man RIP.I am still in shock, and for some reasons, it feels like a personal loss… he was so young and talented with a bright future.”
Lavanya said in another tweet: “Why people don’t understand that not everyone is strong enough to take negativity.. Some people just give up, so please be kind to people in person and social media.”
Actor Vidyut Jammwal posted: “Silence speaks volumes if you stop & listen. Absent tears/ inability to write heartfelt eulogies and remembrances could also be a way of expressing grief,Neither the departed soul nor the family is reading the Tweets ,so who to write for? We all grieve and mourn- i do it quietly.”