Swara Bhasker says ‘Justice for SSR’ campaign is agenda-driven: ‘Bollywood made a big mistake by staying silent’

Actor Swara Bhasker has opened up about her ideas and views concerning the ‘agenda-driven’ marketing campaign submit Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying. The actor, who usually lands in bother for voicing her views, revealed that she doesn’t perceive the “Justice for SSR” marketing campaign and mentioned that it has turn out to be extra like a cult. 

In an interview with Frontline, the actor mentioned, “It’s a really well-thought-out, organised marketing campaign. It’s purely agenda-driven and when you perceive what that agenda is and who’s funding it, you get the entire image. After which it turns into laborious to see it as an natural phenomenon ever once more. I nonetheless don’t absolutely perceive the “Justice for SSR” factor, to be trustworthy. It grew to become a cult or one thing very near it.”

Alia Bhatt, Karan Johar, Mahesh Bhatt and Rhea Chakraborty, amongst a bunch of different Bollywood faces, have been brutally trolled on social media after Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying that shocked the whole nation. The web was satisfied that Sushant was a sufferer of nepotism and politics in Bollywood and shortly after his dying, ‘Justice for SSR’ marketing campaign was launched on social media.

Talking about how Bollywood actors have been focused by the trolls, the actor mentioned that she suggested her buddies from the business to offer a counter to the allegations made towards them. She mentioned, “That is what occurs within the absence of a powerful counter-narrative. I informed my colleagues within the business that they’re making a giant mistake by staying silent. They need to have countered the lies being informed about them by the SSR handles. Their silence was learn as affirmation of those wild allegations.”

Swara was not too long ago seen within the film Jahaan Chaar Yaar. The movie additionally stars Shikha Talsania, Meher Vij, Pooja Chopra, Girish Kulkarni, Manish Chadhari. In accordance with Swara, the movie is a buddy-comedy surrounding ‘behenjis.’ She mentioned, This story flips the script and reveals you ways cool, badass and sassy behenjis might be.” The movie was launched on September 16. 

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