Who is Sushant Singh Rajput?

Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, found dead at his home at 34. Actor Sushant Singh Rajput, 34, was found dead at his Mumbai home on Sunday in what police said appeared to be a suicide case, although the investigation remains open. 

The news of the death of the Indian performer has been received with pain by his fans and other Bollywood stars who had been his companions, but soon the discussion in India focused on mental health and depression that would have caused the artist to take your life.

Rajput's public relations team, who had over 11 million followers on Instagram, has released a statement on behalf of the family after his death: “It pains us to share that Sushant Singh Rajput is no longer with us. We ask his fans to keep him in his thoughts and celebrate his life and work as they have done so far. We ask the media to help us maintain privacy in this time of pain. "

The funeral will take place this Monday in India while the debate on mental health reopens, an issue that surrounds a certain taboo in the country. Although experts have shown that the problems of the Indian people are very different from those of the West, psychiatry must be respected. 

“The conversation about mental health in India is miles from where it should be. Many people who mourn Sushant's death today laugh and gossip when someone they know visits a psychiatrist, ” Rahul Sabharwal , editor of The Indian Express newspaper, tweeted.

Inda Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted his condolences the same Sunday: “Sushant Singh Rajput, a brilliant young actor who left too soon. He excelled on television and in movies. His rise in the entertainment world inspired many and leaves behind several memorable performances. Surprised at his passing. My thoughts are with his family and fans. Om Shanti. "

Popular for his acting on both television and film, Rajput is perhaps best known for his role in MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, where he played the legendary cricket player, for which he was awarded Best Male Actor at the Melbourne Indian Film Festival. 

He made his debut in hindi cinema in 2013 at Kai Po Che!, according to the BBC, and also played the role of Manav in the television series Pavitra Rishta, or Sacred Ties, from 2009 to 2014.

Other well-known faces in Indian Hollywood have wanted to say goodbye to the interpreter and mourn his loss. The famous Anushka Sharma, who co-starred with the film PK in Singh, wrote on her networks: "I am very sad and upset knowing that we live in an environment that could not help him overcome the problems he has had." 

The performer, who started his career as a television actor, debuted in Bollywood in 2013 with director Abhishek Kapoor in Kai Po Che, based on the book by Chetan Bhagat.

His last job was in the 2019 Netflix Drive movie.

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