Sushant Singh Rajput’s heartfelt co-star Sahil hates Karan Johar: understand it, but the villain is hidden

The sudden demise of Sushant Singh Rajput rekindled the nepotism debate and many people called Karan Johar on it on social media. Now, Sushant’s Dil Bekhara co-star Sahil Vaid has reacted to this and shared that he feels the villain is hidden in the case.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s heartfelt co-star Sahil hates Karan Johar: understand it, but the villain is hidden

The sudden demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput left everyone in a state of shock. After his demise, the debate of nepotism was intensified again and netizens called big names, with regard to Karan Johar. Sushant Ki Dil Bechera co-star Sahil Vaid has also acted in 2 films of Dharma Productions Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and Badrinath Ki Dulhania. Seeing all the hatred against Karan Johar and Dharma Productions following the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, Sahil spoke to a daily in an interview.

In a conversation with Navbharat Times, Sahil said that he gets the hatred that people have but the real villain in this case is someone else. He claimed that the villain is hidden in Sushant’s case. Also, talking about the insider-outsider debate, Sahil said that he too was an outsider like Sushant and had to struggle twice as much as him. He further claimed that Sushant already had a name in the TV world. Sahil said that he started dubbing for a living and was in a very bad state, yet he found films with targeted production houses like Dharma and YRF.

Further, when asked if he contacted Karan Johar or Shashank Khaitan amid hatred from the people, Sahil said that even though he had messaged her, he did not get any reply from her. Sahil even said that now is the right time to support someone and even said that he himself is struggling. Talking about the hatred that Karan Johar received, Sahil said in Hindi, “I understand that the hatred is being spread, but the villain is hidden.” I will not allow one person to accuse someone else’s misdeeds. I am as much an outsider as Sushant was. Nobody misbehaved with me. I was in a worse situation than that. I started dubbing to feed myself. Sushant had made a name for himself in television. I am neither tall nor very good looking. But look at Sushant. Nevertheless I got three films of Dharma and Yash Raj Films. “

There is one day left for the release of this beautiful film, a small part of it makes me feel important. . . People come into your life, people leave, but they leave behind scars, gifts, their smells, their things, their clothes, their memories, their love !! Some of them you may never meet. Something you can do, but you still don’t “don’t”. Just forgive people, let them in, hate won’t bring any good. While loving your friends they are still around – Are near, because the bonds we form are far away from you. Cease. Let’s stop committing ourselves. The people of ‘Dil Ban Gaya’.

A post shared by Sahil Vaid. On jp (@ sahilvaid24)

Sahil had earlier praised Karan Johar and Dharma Productions in an interview in 2017. Subsequently, he mentions that he owes his life on Karan and Dharma. Meanwhile, Sahil also recalled Sushant several times on his social media handle. He even shared pictures on his Instagram handle with the late actor, who was clicked during the shoot of Dil Bekhar. Sushant died on 14 June 2020 in his apartment in Mumbai. His death shocked everyone in Bollywood.

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