Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, June 19
"Many things have come out after the murder of Sushant Singh Rajput," said angry Kangana Ranaut in her latest Instagram clip on Friday.
In her two-and-a-half-minute outburst, the actress asked of "there ever will be a change."
The 'Queen' star said Sushant faced "emotional, psychological, and mental lynching."
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"On an individual happens openly, and we all are all guilty of watching it silently. Is blaming the system enough? Will there ever be change? Are we going to see a monumental shift in the narrative on how outsiders are treated?," the caption read.
"I have read some interviews and talked to some people. His father says that he was very worried about the 'tension' in the film industry".
Kangana reveals that Ankita Lokhande, who has been in a long-term relationship with Sushant Singh Rajput, said that "he could not bear the humiliation and humiliation of socially".
The actress continues, "Movie mafias' not only banned him, but his mind has been broken by stuttering. Those writing blind items write that no legal action can be taken against them. Meaning the description will be given in full but the name will not be written".
On Sunday, Sushant was found dead at his Mumbai residence. The police said that it was a case of death by suicide and no note has been found yet.
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