In a beautiful attempt of deception, actor-comrade Sushant Singh boasting his revolutionary nature by comparing himself to the likes of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev, claimed that he was fired from the show ‘Savdhaan India’ as he took part in a protest to extend his support for the violent Jamia mob.
In a tweet he alluded that his long stint with STAR Bharat’s Savdhaan India has come to an end. “And, my stint with Savdhaan India has ended,” Sushant wrote. “A very small price my friend,” he further tweeted when a follower asked him whether it was “the price” he paid for speaking out.
And, my stint with Savdhaan India has ended.
— सुशांत सिंह sushant singh سوشانت سنگھ (@sushant_says) December 16, 2019
He boasted, hiding the fact that the show had announced that Savdhaan India might undergo a major change next year. The show is currently hosted by Sushant Singh, however, according to a report published by an online publication, India Forums on December 5, the cops will themselves narrate the stories instead of Sushant. If things go well and the changes are finalised then the alteration is expected to take place from January 2020.
The price you pay for speaking the truth?
— Anisha Dutta (@A2D2_) December 16, 2019
Sushant’s tweet came just a couple of hours after he had participated in a protest in Mumbai to express support for students of the Jamia Millia Islamia, following a police crackdown in the campus in Delhi on Sunday after they protested against the new citizenship law. Singh elaborated on events that transpired over the course of a few hours. “I got to know about this last night itself. The person who heads the team, texted me, saying, ‘your last shooting day is on this certain date.’ I really felt bad. I consider Savdhaan India as my own show. I’m emotionally very attached to that show but then it’s channel’s prerogative,” said Singh.
He further proved his idiocy, “Every actor’s career comes to an end some day, mine would get over a little sooner. I don’t care. I’ll earn money by doing other shows. I was just telling somebody, ‘talent bechta hoon, zameer nahi (I sell my talent, not conscience),'” he added.
The film and television industry is filled with hypocrite-comrades such as Sushant, who talk about Indian constitution here and there but have never read the document. Playing a part in a Bhagat Singh movie does not make you alike him, boasting this stupidity further confirms the people about your allegiance. Notably, actors and actress’ have always been anti- Indian culture, with latest example being the Kathua case where they abused Hindus through placards, now with this it is high time that we expose the hypocrisy of these actors.