Mahesh Bhatt Shares Skeleton Pic It has been almost two weeks now since Sushant Singh Rajput passed away at his Bandra residence. Post his untimely demise, it was reportedly said that Sushant was suffering from depression. There has been a lot of things that have spiraled post his untimely demise. Right after Sushant’s death, there was a news report doing the rounds about how Mahesh Bhatt reportedly asked Sushant’s rumoured girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty to vacate the flat and leave the actor immediately after she told her about him hearing voices and behaving strangely. While social media is boiling with the whole nepotism debate, the Mumbai Police had been investigating the matter.
Mahesh Bhatt Shares Skeleton pic Though these claims have not been officially proven yet, social media seems to have believed the rumours/speculations and created a narrative which antagonises Mahesh Bhatt. This hate on social media was fueled furthermore when Mahesh Bhatt recently tweeted the photo of a skeleton along with a famous quote from Tad Williams.
Bhatt tweeted a picture of a skeleton with a caption that read,
“Dying men think of funny things – and that’s what we all are here, aren’t we? Dying men?”
Below is the tweet by Mahesh Bhatt
Dying men think of funny things – and that’s what we all are here, aren’t we? Dying men? pic.twitter.com/9AMMFdghkn
— Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) June 22, 2020
The tweet posted by Mahesh Bhatt has riled up netizens and has resulted in him getting trolled mercilessly on the social media platform. Most of the Twitter users, who are convinced that Mahesh Bhatt is behind a certain conspiracy which led to Sushant’s death have been writing that the producer-director will have to face karma in his lifetime. Check out netizens reaction below,
Yes dying men think of leaving their loved ones and missing them forever, they think of unfulfilled wishes, they think of unrequited love, they regret hurting others, and they think of God…and all these thoughts according to you are nothing but “funny”??
— PieceDeResistance (@PinchOfSalt16) June 22, 2020
When will u think funny things
And rest assure we all will laugh and enjoy that day
Karma will come soon
— Bollywood ki maa Ka Bharosaaa (@bharosaaa) June 22, 2020
Yeh buddah sathiya gaya hain pakka
— Neha Aggarwal (@makhijanitin764) June 22, 2020
— smit (@na72745180_ss) June 22, 2020
Please avoid this guy dear. He is a dangerous expert in mind manipulation, and I don’t want any of my Twitter friends to get impacted.
— India Force (@india264) June 22, 2020
— jay vasandani (@jayvasandani999) June 22, 2020
Corrected 😁 pic.twitter.com/QXqwO4OZwh
— Vivek (@IND_Vivek_1) June 22, 2020
You’re not leaving skeletons also. Ugly mind.#NepotismBollywood
— X Æ A-12 🇮🇳 (@FighterHornet) June 22, 2020