"Sushant’s murderers are deeply linked to the drug cartel of Bollywood."
Actress Sherlyn Chopra has alleged that a drug cartel within Bollywood is responsible for Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.
This comes amid the ongoing drugs investigation by the NCB.
Sherlyn made the comments at a time when talent agency KWAN has been suspected of supplying drugs to Bollywood celebrities.
She said that Bollywood has now become associated with drugs and made up of kingpins, peddlers, dealers and clients.
She stated: “Bollywood has become so corrupt and dirty with evils such as drugs, nepotism, casting couch, patriarchy, misogyny that it’s totally unsafe for the next generation to work in this industry.
“Most people in the Hindi film industry are drug addicts. The drug bust initiated by the NCB is a great step towards ‘Swachh Bollywood Abhiyaan’.”
She also gave her thoughts on whether Sushant’s case has been put to one side because of the drugs angle.
“I strongly believe that Sushant’s murderers are deeply linked to the drug cartel of Bollywood. I’m expecting NCB to name the big players of the drug syndicate very soon!”
Sherlyn had previously accused KWAN co-founder Anirban Blah of sexual misconduct. Four other women had made similar accusations which led to him being forced to step down.
On the talent agency being associated with drugs, Sherlyn told The Free Press Journal that it is shameful.
She said: “Anirban Blah may not be associated with KWAN anymore in an official capacity.
“However, in an unofficial capacity, he may be involved with the company.
“It’s highly shameful that an A-list talent management agency such as KWAN engages in supply and consumption of narcotics.”
She went on to say that 90% of depression cases are due to drug abuse but it is not the only cause of
Sherlyn explained: “There are two kinds of drugs. Uppers or stimulants and downers or depressants. While uppers stimulate the nervous system, downers suppress it.
“When one repeatedly meddles with one’s nervous system causing it to feel stimulated or suppressed, the body tends to get habituated to this pattern.
“Gradually, the body becomes the mind. Which means that the individual begins to live on an auto-pilot mode, thereby engaging in the same thoughts which lead to the same actions which produce the same feelings which in turn lead to the same experience.
“To break this cycle, one must identify oneself as a programmer who can change or delete programs which do not serve him/her.
“In most cases, when a drug addict does not get drugs or substances that his/her body is addicted to, he/she starts feeling low or unhappy.
“Prolonged periods of feeling low, unhappy or helpless leads to depression. Drug abuse leads to depression in most cases.
“However, drug abuse is not the only cause of depression.”
Sherlyn Chopra also mentioned other possible causes of depression such as “rape, sexual molestation, inability to express oneself socially and/or sexually, fear of being not good enough, low self-esteem, poor self-image, fear/phobia and other factors which lead to prolonged periods of unhappiness and helplessness”.