Deepika Padukone gets slammed by Photographer “This is a Mean Industry”!

It came as a shocker when Bollywood’s Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai Apartment where the Police had confirmed that it was indeed a suicide. The 34-year-old actor entered the film Industry with the film Kai Po Che and he has been unstoppable ever since. His wise choice of scripts and his onscreen charisma of each of his character has been irreplaceable.

Deepika Padukone recently lashed out on a photographer who posted videos and pictures of Sushant Singh’s funeral.  While the pap shared the video from his last rites on social media, he went on to write how these images and videos cannot be posted on any platforms without his written consent. Deepika commented on the post saying  “Right. But it is OK for you to take this video and not only post it but also probably monetise it without his or his family’s written consent?” Well, it looks like she does not agree to the approach here and fans of the actress soon came out in her support and also, in fact, praised her for taking a stand. While this happens to be a post from a couple of days back, it has been doing the rounds on social media only recently.

The photographer later tookm to twitter to respond to the actress accusation. He said that he cannot monitise on these mages and that would be cheap of him. He also lashed out telling that people show up to parties for drinks but not for funerals.

Many from Bollywood have been mourning the loss of one of its finest actors including director/producer Karan Johar, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor and Kriti Sanon among many others.

However, Karan Johar’s message has not been taken well by the audience and neither has Alia Bhatt’s or Sonam Kapoor’s. Artists from within the industry have pointed finger at the director for promoting nepotism, at actor Salman Khan for not letting newcomers survive in the industry without his consent and all the actors and actresses who have been products of nepotism. It has also been reported that Sushant was in fact kicked out of six out of the seven films the actor had signed by various producers including Yash Raj Films, Dharma Productions, Sajid Nadiawala among others.

Filmmaker Vijay Shekhar Gupta has decided to make a movie based on the late actor;s life and what pushed his death. The film is titled it as ‘Suicide or Murder? – A Star Was Lost’ Releasing a poster of the film, he said, “”I am making this film to end the monopoly of the big stars and production houses of the film industry.”

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