Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha has a strong point to make about the tragic death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Sinha believes people should let the young boy rest at least after death. In a recent interview, Anubhav said that he feels disturbed looking at the everyday drama surrounding Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide. Anubhav also said that he suspects many people have involved politics in the matter.
Speaking to IANS Sinha said, "What is going on is ridiculous. I would allow that young boy to rest. He must have been really disturbed in his head, restless and not at peace at all. I think we should just let him be for some time."
"It's not easy to take your own life and especially when you're doing rather well. We need to keep quiet but a lot has been spoken about, and I suspect there are some politics that has gotten into it, and that's not good for anybody -- not for the boy at all," he added.
The director also said that people should be more sensitive about news regarding Sushant and his family. He continued saying, "They need to think about him and his family. Every day there is some drama or the other, which is disturbing. I didn't know him, I never met him, but I am disturbed. He was just 34. I made my first film at 36 and he was younger than that. I personally think that this entire discussion is pretty agenda-driven and that is the reason why I don't want to participate in it."