‘Celebrities’ death becomes a Tamasha’, Anushka Sharma shares comedian Zakir Khan’s post!
When we talk about paparazzi culture, then with time it becomes a trend to capture every aspect of famous celebrities. Whether they are on vacation or at work, getting themselves clicked annoys the star celebrities. The best example is of Princess Diana, who died in a car accident when she tried to evade the photographers who hounded her every move. Today, even after decades, things haven’t changed. Sidharth Shukla’s death has frightened the industry and his fans, a rising star who lost his life just at the age of 40 due to a heart attack.
The way his death has been covered by the media has made Anushka Sharma speak up on the matter. The actress reacted to the ongoing media circus by sharing comedian Zakir Khan’s post on celebrities death becoming Tamasha. His translated post reads, ”They don’t think of you as a human being. Not because there aren’t any lines or boundaries. Your corpse is not a body without a soul, but an opportunity to click pictures. As many as they can click. It’s similar to how people try to steal crockery from houses burning in a riot. Because after that, what use will you be? At most, 10 pictures, five news pieces, three videos, two stories, one post. That’s it.”
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Well, recently the television actor Sidharth Shukla passed away due to a heart attack. The entire Bollywood and television industry paid tribute to the actor’s sudden demise. Sidharth was known for his roles in Broken But Beautiful 3, Balika Vadhu and Dil Se Dil Tak. He emerged as the winner of reality shows Bigg Boss 13 and Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 7.