Shilpa Rao on Sushant Singh Rajput: I’m sorry, that the kind of wave people have created, happened after his demise

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Sushant Singh Rajput allegedly committed suicide on June 14 and it has been more than two months now, but his case is still all over social media and news channels. This wave is not only in India but also outside the nation. Every day, there has been new angles cropping up in his death case.

In a recent conversation with Shilpa Rao, we asked her if she follows the case, to which the singer said, “With Sushant the kind of wave that has been created with people, I’m sorry that it happened after his demise. I wish this wave had come and nobody had to sacrifice a life for it. I hope he is happy and smiling when he sees all these. The next thing we need to learn from this is we should be sensitive towards each other and that’s the most important thing. I hope with this there will be a difference in the way we converse with each other and the way we react to each other.”

You can watch the interview here.

Talking about groupism, she said, “It starts from school. Children can say such things that can really hurt. They need to be taught from the start of their lives as to how to care about each other. You need to be made aware of how to say things to somebody and even in an argument, how to respectfully make your point. That’s a very important thing that should be taught at home as well as school.”

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