Karan Patel, Aly Goni and Kishwer Merchantt bash those ‘wanting to talk’ now after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death

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Bollywood has suffered through a major loss as Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14. The actor committed suicide as he was found hanging to death at his Bandra residence. It is said that he was depressed and stressed for the past 6 months. Television actors Karan Patel, Kishwer Merchantt and others took to social media to bash people who are ‘wanting to talk’ now after losing Sushant to a mental health issue.

Karan Patel took to his Instagram to share a rather lengthy post, mourning Sushant’s death and also questioned everyone ‘why now?’. It read, “My question for everyone who suddenly, through their social media posts, find the need to let the world know that they are available to talk in case someone is facing depression. Was someone’s suicide needed for you to let others know that you are there for them? How come no one offers their shoulder to ppl suffering from depression until a victim of the same decides to end his/her life? Why the fuck don’t you put up a similar ‘reaching out to’ post on a weekly basis so that people actually know that you genuinely want to be there for the depressed souls and not just follow the trend that happens whenever someone takes their own life. So stop this fucking pretence of wanting to be there for the world, your fucking drama is more painful than someones death. The fact is that 90% of you have invited people suffering from depression to approach you only because you simply wanted to be a part of the current trend.(sic)”

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My question for everyone who suddenly, through their social media posts, find the need to let the world know that they are available to talk incase someone is facing depression. Was someone’s suicide needed for you to let others know that you are there for them ? How come no one offers their shoulder to ppl suffering from depression until a victim of the same decides to end his/her life ? Where the fuck are these so called supportive people on a normal day to day basis ? Why the fuck don’t you put up a similar ‘reaching out to’ post on a weekly basis so that people actually know that you genuinely want to be there for the depressed souls and not just follow the trend that happens whenever someone takes their own life. So stop this fucking pretence of wanting to be there for the world, your fucking drama is more painful than someones death. The fact is that 90% of you have invited people suffering from depression to approach you only because you simply wanted to be a part of the current trend. The biggest trigger of Depression is false hope, which most of you are actually giving to people who are genuinely suffering from it. So hence forth think ten time before you put up a fucking post committing to be there for people because when the time does arrive, when someone needs you and you fail to be there for them, then god forbid if there is a loss of another life, then that loss shall be on you. Commit only if you have the balls to go through with it.

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Aly Goni also took to his Instagram and broke down in tears while talking about Shushant and people’s insensitivity towards him. He even brutally bashed those where circulating Sushant’s dead pictures. He told them, “Sharam Karo”. He spoke about how staying Alone can take a toll on your mental health and he goes through phases too. He usually helps himself by speaking to his family and friends.

Kishwer Merchantt also had a post on similar lines. She also bashed the insensitive netizens. She wrote, “I wanna add today that if someone hasn’t put up a post or status for sushant doesn’t mean they are not mourning .. just please leave them alone.. u will never know why he did what he did .. stop being mean to his friends, blaming them and making it worse for them in this difficult times !! PLEASE JUST STOP 🛑#ripsushant(sic)”

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