Sushant Singh Rajput can't take his own life: Kailash Kher speaks of actor, music mafia and more
When asked about Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide, singer Kailash Kher said that he was surprised when heard about Sushant. He added to his statement by asking how can a man who teaches someone to live take his own life?
Pallavi Joshi and Vivek Agnihotri came together for The Future of Life Festival chat show, the director and the actress joined hands with singer Kailash Kher.
On the chat show Kher spoke about the Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and also the music mafia in the industry.
Kailash Kher stated “People here humiliate them because they have little knowledge of music and because of this, they humiliate any promising singer to show their status. I too have been humiliated.” He further added in response to a question by Agnihotri stating, “True talent is exploited in our country.”
Pallavi Joshi mentioned that she had recommended Kailash Kher to Vivek after she was “impressed by Kailash's rendition of Allah Ke Bande”.
Kailash Kher went on to sing in Vivek Agnihotri’s film Chocolate.
Vivek also told Kailash that Sushant was to make his Bollywood debut with his film Hate Story, but Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Telefilms did not release him.
Agnihotri also asked Kailash about the mystery surrounding the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. The talented singer said “I am surprised when I hear about Sushant. How can a man who teaches someone to live, take his own life? can't be possible.” He further added, “Now our youth have woken up and once the youth wakes up, they will wake up the country.”
The Future of Life Festival has been showcasing stories and journeys of many dignitaries, ranging from the music industry like Sonu Nigam, Padmashree Malini Awasthi, Suresh Wadkar, Sandesh Shandilya, Swapnil Bandodkar, Avdhoot Gupte along with a lot of such other renowned achievers.
On the work front, Pallavi Joshi will host the second season of Bharat Ki Baat.
She is also the producer of The Kashmir Files, helmed by Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, which focuses on yet another hard-hitting and challenging subject.
Vivek Agnihotri looks forward to his second non-fiction book Who Killed Shastri?: The Tashkent Files.