World Anti-Nepotism Day ( June 14)

Nepotism banter

Nepotism is the demonstration of manhandling one’s force or official situation to extend to an employment opportunity or some help to a relative while ignoring their legitimacy and capability.

The nepotism banter has been reignited after the death of Bollywood entertainer Sushant Singh Rajput. While there is no authority explanation by experts on the purpose for his self destruction, Twitterati and numerous VIPs have reasoned that his passing was somehow or another associated with nepotism in Bollywood.

The issue goes more extensive than the entertainment world, be that as it may. What is called nepotism in Bollywood is known as “association” wherever else. Determination dependent on loved ones is normal in schools, universities and working environments, even external India’s some family-run aggregates, whose top positions are involved by individuals from the establishing families.

Sushant Singh Rajput Remains the Most Visible Anti-Nepotism Symbol

The online media campaign against Bollywood is continuing to procure steam. For example, there are acquires Rajput’s home region of Bihar and the abutting region of Jharkhand for a boycott of movies by top producers.

Within versus pariah banter in Bollywood was the most commonly discussed topic among the countless questions and conversations that followed Sushant Singh Rajput’s death on June 14, 2020. Up to that moment, there had never been such an open discussion about nepotism or study of it. Predisposition and bias have always existed in the industry, but Sushant’s death triggered the issue like “that’s the last straw”. Warm conversations erupted on social media about the entertainer not being treated fairly or given his due. Despite the fact that nepotism exists in every sector, it became more apparent in Hindi cinema after SSR’s death.

June 14

The fury hasn’t subsided even following a year. A brief glance at top tweets on SSR on some random day will reveal to you that devoted fans are reluctant to allow the campaign to lose steam. Alluding to June 14 as ‘against nepotism day’, enthusiasts of the entertainer are as yet requiring a reasonable treatment for all in Bollywood.

While Bollywood fans continue to stan starkids, whose online media distinction takes off even before their film debut, demands for a sensible opportunities for everyone continues extending, too. Bollywood isn’t one individual, so it is hard to say how long it will decipher as affecting a change. Nevertheless, preferably, the stun set off by Sushant’s death will uphold, inciting extra justifying up-and-comers getting open entryways in the business.

Provided that this is true, crowds may in the long run shut down both nepotism and the strength of the business’ large creation houses.

Sushant Singh Rajput hired a special team to achieve his list of dreams. Details inside

Sushant Singh Rajput had a list of 150 dreams and hired a special PRO team to achieve them. His flatmate, Samuel Haokip, was a part of this team and also used to help Sushant with his legal matters as well as handling finances. Sushant Singh Rajput wanted 5-6 people who could help him achieve his list of dreams

a man looking at the camera: Sushant Singh Rajput had a special team of people to help him achieve his dreams.

Following were the members of Sushant Singh Rajput’s PRO team:

Samuel Haokip

Samuel Haokip met Sushant Singh Rajput through common friends. Sushant was looking for someone who has knowledge of law, which is why Haokip, who is a lawyer, became a part of his team.

Samuel Haokip lived with Sushant Singh Rajput for almost a year and left his house in July 2019, since he got a job in a law firm. It was Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister, Priyanka and her husband, Siddharth, who helped Samuel in finding the job. He left Mumbai and shifted to Delhi in order to continue with his law practice. He used to majorly focus on the actor’s film contracts, negotiating with producers, drafting contracts for house helps,and used to manage other people who used to work for Sushant.

Kushal Zaveri

He was with Sushant Singh Rajput since the actor’s television days. In a telephonic interview with Aaj Tak, he had shared that he was with the late actor during the shooting of Dil Bechara as well. However, he went to Goa for a personal project in 2018 and his contact with the actor decreased.

Siddharth Gupta

He is Vikas Gupta’s brother and was also Sushant Singh Rajput’s roommate for some time.

Abbas

He worked as the editor in the PRO team.

Gradually, all members got busy with their work and left Sushant Singh Rajput’s PRO team. Samuel Haokip was the last one left.

Sushant then reached out to one of his friends as he wanted to hire more people. It was here that Siddharth Pithani entered the picture, upon a friend’s recommendation. Samuel Haokip trained Siddharth Pithani and it was in April 2019 that Rhea Chakraborty entered the actor’s life.

Earlier, only Samuel Haokip and Sushant Singh Rajput were staying together along with the house helps, the cook, Keshav and housekeeper, Neeraj. Gradually, Rhea, as well as Siddharth Pithani, also started living there. Sushant had also called Dipesh Sawant, a friend of Abbas, to stay with him.

Why Mental Health is not something to be ignored?

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death due to suicide speaks volumes on why mental health is important. According to reports, it is believed that he was suffering from depression for the last six months and was consulting a psychiatrist. Many celebrities have come forward and talked on how society needs to take mental health as seriously as physical health, without waiting for a moment of crisis.

Researches have said that every 4 minutes, one person commits suicide in India. With the lockdown, situations have become even worse. There is an increase in stress among individuals. Reason being that people are thrown out of their jobs due to financial crunch and they have no money left, no social life, or by overthinking. Not only this, but people are also wondering how to come out of it, there may be post-traumatic stress disorders as well. Staying alone is yet another issue as there is nobody to monitor.

Experts underline that people need to watch out for symptoms for the behavioral pattern that is not normal in themselves or others. Symptoms could be – disrupted sleep pattern, sudden emotional outbursts, change in behavior such as being withdrawn, no urge to ear or overeating, consciously not maintaining hygiene, seeking solace in excessive smoking, drinking, etc.

Though we seem to have progressed as a society, we still lack the openness when it comes to mental health. This block in mind needs a change. Gone are the days when we did not have awareness about mental illness. Just like we can go to the doctor when we are physically sick, we can also go to a psychiatrist/psychologist.

There is also a lot of stigmas attached to mental health that needs to be eradicated. Society has this mindset that strong people cannot get depressed. But depression is like COVID, anyone can get affected by it. It does not come with a clause.

Mental health services in India have been highly inadequate even before the pandemic. With just 4,000 psychiatrists to serve over a billion people, the situation seems difficult to handle. But somehow it needs to be met.

The device that we throw away for our sake of mental health, we need to pick that up, call your loved ones. Sharing our thoughts and feelings always lightens up the mood. There is someone out there to hear you, always, you need to vent it out.

There are small steps that you can take to improve your mental health every day. Things like exercising, eating a balanced diet, opening up others in your life, remembering something you are grateful for, taking a break when you need to, and getting good sleep, can help boost your emotional health.

Being healthy mentally can boost your productivity and effectiveness in work, school, college. It also plays a crucial role in building your relationships and allowing you to adapt to changes.

All to say, when mental health is ultimately recognized as essential to physical health and not an extraneous element of it, then we will have access to real, complete medicine.