Actor Kriti Sanon said he had to move away from the constant social media chatter about his personal life last year after the Disappearance of Sushant Singh Rajput. Sanon’s personal life was caught in a whirlwind after the tragic death of his co-star and dear friend “Raabta” on 14 June 2020. After Sanon mourned Rajput’s death in an emotional message on social media, people began to dissect the actor by confronting the villainous troll online.
I say he found comfort in his family in the midst of Chaos.
“It was hard to silence the noise. But the people around me and my family always helped me around. Last year social media was the worst thing that happened to us. It spread so much chatter and noise.
“I realized that people were disappointed. Maybe they were taking out that frustration. There was a lot of fear, uncertainty and sadness around … I don’t blame them completely. But social media has added a lot of negatives.” the actor told PTI.
When I was 30, I realized it was important to stay away from the constant hustle and bustle, “because too many people were saying too many things.” He also decided to take a step back when some things were going “unfairly”.
“I felt it was best to move away from that, what I had to say was that it was a very personal thing and that I was sharing it with my relatives. I didn’t have to share it with the world.
“I, however, felt like too many people were saying too many things. I didn’t want to be a part of that noise. I also felt like a lot of things were being unfair. So I didn’t want to be a participant in that,” he added.
In the field of work, Sanon will premiere the film “Mimi” in the upcoming “Netflix and Jio Cinema” on July 30th.
“Mimi” is a remake of Samruddhi’s Porey’s “Mala Aai Vhaaychya” feature film, which won the National Award for Best Feature Film in 2011. The Hindi remake is produced by Dinesh Vijan’s Maddock Films Together with Jio Studios.