Rohini Iyer’s Instagram posts reveals exactly what Sushant Singh Rajput thought about the Bollywood fraternity.
NEWS: The suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput on 14 June, drove a series of speculations over his death. The biggest blame seems to be directed at the Bollywood nepotism fraternity for his decision to end his life so tragically. Through all the hate and toxicity that is being permeated over his death, Rohini Iyer who is Sushant’s celebrity manager and close friend took to Instagram to reveal the late actor thoughts when it came to everything that is being said post his death.
Iyer shared some special photos of her with the actor made some shocker statements, she wrote that she was stunned to find ‘fiction’ being peddled by people to further their own agendas. She then added that the reality is that Sushant never cared about fake people.
Rohini began by saying, “Every single person who wants their two bit fame has an opinion on his life . Firstly, he didn’t give a f**k about fame or your opinions. He didn’t care about these people who are busy posting about not being in touch with him. For the record, he didn’t care about being in touch. He hated fake friends, phone calls and small talk. He rejected your parties, you didn’t shun him. He rejected your lobbies . He didn’t need camps, he had his own kingdom. He was a fighter . He made his own place in the sun.”
Here’s what Rohini had to say:
Rohini added that Sushant never cared about being an ‘insider’ or aspired to be part of the Rs 100 crore club. He was way beyond that. “He didn’t care about awards . He walked out of an award function just cos he got bored . This was even before they announced his best actor award . You had to be a lot more interesting than a bloody trophy to hold his attention. He was a force of nature. His accomplishments are multifold. He was as simple as quantum physics . He was a crazy genius. He read Sartre and Nietzsche , he studied astronomy and stoicism , he wrote poetry , played the guitar , wrote with his left and right hand. He cared about saving the planet , the world , about going to Mars, he invested in charities , in science projects and innovations that were beyond your comprehension . So please don’t try to make sense of him or reduce his talent to serve your mere agenda”.
Rohini urged people to not add to the cacophony, instead to remember him by celebrating Sushant’s life. “He put his heart and soul into his craft , he was bothered more about research than make up . He was about quality not vanity . He was a bright star . That’s why he shined sheer magic. Celebrate his brilliance . He thrived for excellence , mediocrity affected him.He rejected anything conventional as easily as he rejected godfathers and big ticket films that he didn’t believe in. He didn’t take calls of the high and mighty if he didn’t want to . He didn’t care about money, I’ve seen him return pay checks worth crores”.
Iyer said that Sushant broke every rule and ‘burnt all bridges’ to light his way. She signed off by writing that she wants people to know Sushant as the person he really was.