Salman Khan appeals his admirers to stand with Sushant Singh Rajput’s fans and ‘not go by the curses utilized but to go with thoughts guiding it’

Salman Khan appeals to stand with Sushant Singh Rajput's fans and 'not go by the curses used but to go with emotions behind it'
Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise has produced really a stir in Bollywood. Many B’town celebs took to their respective social media handles to mourn his demise, nonetheless, a handful of have come out and shared that Bollywood failed to enable the late actor when essential. Studies of him dropping his films, staying pressurised and extra have also surfaced.

Netizens started out slamming star young children, Karan Johar, Salman Khan and blamed them for Sushant’s dying. The late actor’s admirers also produced #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput trend around social media.

Now, Salman took to Twitter to request his supporters to stand with Sushant’s followers. He wrote, “A request to all my lovers to stand with Sushant’s fans n not to go by the language n the curses made use of but to go with the emotion behind it. Pls guidance n stand by his spouse and children n admirers as the reduction of a loved one particular is incredibly painful.”

Check out out his tweet here:

In the meantime, Bhai fans took around social media to assist their favourite star. They manufactured #WeStandWithSalmanKhan trend on Twitter.

On the other hand, celebs like Sonakshi Sinha, Aayush Sharma, Zaheer Iqbal, Saqib Saleem, Sneha Ullal and Shashank Khaitan have stop Twitter because of to negativity.

“The 1st action to defending your sanity is to keep away from negativity. And nowhere much more of that than Twitter these times. Chalo I am off– deactivating my account. Bye fellas, peace out. Aag lage basti mein… mein apni masti mein! Bye Twitter,” Sonakshi Sinha wrote on Instagram on Saturday evening.

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Alfred Lee covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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