Sushant Singh out of ‘Savdhaan India’ after protesting against CAB; Actor says, “It’s a small price to pay for speaking the truth”

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Sushant Singh has been hosting ‘Saavdhan India’ since 2011. The actor recently participated in the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB), and apparently that has led to his ouster from the show. The actor shared the news of his stint with the show coming to an end on his Twitter handle.

Though Sushant has not explicitly said that he has been removed from the show because of his participation in the ongoing nationwide protest against CAB, however, his reply to one of his followers does suggest that.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Sushant wrote, “And, my stint with Savdhaan India has ended”. One the followers asked Sushant, “The price you pay for speaking the truth?”, to which he replied, “A very small price my friend. भगत सिंह, सुखदेव और राजगुरु को जवाब कैसे देंगें?”

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Sushant has been hosting ‘Savdhaan India’ for the last eight years. The actor has always been vocal about his views on any subject. He recently expressed his solidarity with the students of Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia University. The actor had criticised the way Delhi police had attacked the peacefully protesting students leaving several of them injured.

Apart from his acting stint, Sushant is known for calling a spade a spade. He is also the “Honorary Secretary” Of CINTAA (Cine and Television Artists Association).

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