Sushant Singh Rajput – Receiving Adoration and Devotion
“A lot of money buys you just a little happiness.”
Sushant Singh Rajput
Today, we are hearing echoes of the past and seeing history repeating. Sushant Singh Rajput’s death in Mumbai, India, has created an uproar all over India and abroad, and left many fans and supporters in utter dismay and dis-appointment. It has become an unprecedented revolution in the history of the country – for the people, by the people.
Sushant was a multi-talented guy, not just famous for his acting skills, but he was a philosopher, an astronomer, a scientist, a creative artist with an engineering mind, and a visionary, he even bought a plot on the moon! But most of all he was a devout and spiritual person, and the meaning of his name is to be ‘quiet and peaceful’ as was his nature.
He died on 14th of June at the age of 34, but his death was not straight forward and is still a baffling mystery, such that the Central Bureau of Investigation of India has been forced to intervene and investigate his death. Amazingly, some of his die-hard fans have left their jobs and have become prolific YouTubers to help solve this murder mystery. What was the motive and who was behind his mysterious death? This is for the CBI to solve.
So many questions to answer. A depressed and unhappy person does not make too many plans for the future. When Sushant had so much to live for, and he was a millionaire, then why would someone so young want to kill himself? It sounds like he had become a victim of the system, and this is another case of being ‘suicided’, and to add his name to the list of the many unsolved deaths.
“Success makes so many people hate you. I wish it wasn’t that way.
It would be wonderful to enjoy success without seeing envy in
the eyes of those around you.”
Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962)
Just like Marilyn Monroe, even today 58 years on in August 2020, there is mystery that surrounds the death of Marilyn. Both souls were in the movie business and Marilyn also died at the young age of 36. If Marilyn had died today there would also be people taking up their mobile phones and hi-tech devices protesting about her death in the same way that people are for Sushant. So, the question is: Was the motive for his death also money, jealousy and power?
I have been following the case and here are a few things I would like to highlight.
I have observed that every person who knew him well and who gave any testimony about Sushant, gave a very positive and spiritual one. Several insisted that the actor was not a man who would take his own life as was proclaimed initially by the Mumbai Police. Sushant had made his five-year plans and in the past had fulfilled them all. He was ambitious and an acting enthusiast. He was sprightly and energetic. His charisma was contagious. All spoke of him as a friendly, kind and honest person, who was always willing to give first and not take first. He motivated them and inspired them to reach greater heights. He was always polite and respectful to everyone, even to his houseboys. His helpers and bodyguards said he treated them like his younger brothers. He had the cutest smile and a warm endearing personality.
Sushant was a philanthropist. There are many stories of people writing to him on Instagram begging for money and assistance, people he didn’t know at all and he would simply make a donation without any question of doubt. He would tag his friends and encourage them to also help out. Sushant was not glued to money, he had no attachment to his wealth. He said in an interview that money was good to a point, but after that it had no value.
People had said he was a manic depressive, or that he was bi-polar, but if you see his videos up until the last moment he was as bright and happy as a kangaroo! He did not naturally exhibit any signs of someone who was depressed. And none of his close associates agree to this rumour.
So my message today is, no matter what the world speaks about you, it is your life and the testimony of your character, and that speaks volumes. No matter what the media writes about you and how they twist and turn messages for the sake of dollars (or rupees), your life is the greatest testimony and no can refute that.
Jealousy is prevalent all over the world, Hollywood and Bollywood are no exceptions. It seems that one cannot bear to see the success of another. The definition of success for some is to tear others apart, get them out of the way, to bring them down, so that they look on from up above. But we all know that age old adage: as you sow, so shall you reap.
Sushant has millions of supporters around the world, not only India, whether they were fans earlier or not. Because this fight is for justice. In my opinion, this revolution for justice is not only about Sushant. The public are tired, they are angry, they are fed up of being sold lies, of being deceived and of stories being covered up in the name of suicide, money or prejudice.
We can see this at an international level with the wave of ‘BAME’ movement that has sprung up since the death of George Floyd. Sushant’s death was the ‘last straw’, and this was ‘the straw that broke the camel’s back’ so to speak. Justice needs to prevail. Apathy and complacency will mean that the point will come when each one of us will have to make a choice to stand for freedom and justice. And if some do ‘seem’ to get away as many will, then justice will be waiting for them in their afterlife. Because the Law of Karma is very clear; every cause has an effect, and there cannot be an effect without a cause.
Sushant was killed and he left us. We wish his soul peace and power. But do you notice who is fighting his case now? Everyone who is left behind. So, what is the lesson here? Live such a life that you do not need to fight your own case; but that others whose hearts you have won, who are on your side, fight for justice for you. They will be the ones in the foreground fighting on the battlefield… on your behalf.
For the culprits, I would like to say, if you want to party, get drugged up and destroy the lives of others, then there is a price to pay. You cannot expect to take a life and then simply escape. So those who are guilty of this murder or others, are already suffering from the dread of their karma. We send you light and mercy and compassion so that you can have the power to awaken to your actions and deal with the consequences. May you wake up sooner rather than later.
It gives me great pride that India is a democratic country. Because as I see and hear Sushant Singh Rajput’s name all over the channels and media; voices from all over walks of life being heard… it is almost as though he has become a demi-god. Yes, people are doing prayers for him all over and lighting candles and creating ‘havens’ – (this is a small square pit of fire made for religious prayers), but in general, his name has become a chant – as people try to help solve the case and seek justice. Maybe this chant is deafening for those who are guilty, but to those who are on his side, it is a welcome cry of joy, that justice will once again be restored in Bharat.
It’s Time… to wake up and to stop sitting on the fence; to make a stand for love, truth and justice.
“Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.”
© ‘It’s Time…’ by Aruna Ladva, BK Publications London, UK