World Anti-Nepotism Day 2022

 World Anti-Nepotism Day 2022 is observed every year on June 14 to remember the great actor Sushant Singh Rajput. This day also honor those individuals who lost their lives because of harassment and depression due to nepotism in any field. This day observed the death anniversary of Sushant Singh Rajput that was dead on June 14, 2020 in his apartment in Mumbai. The fans of Sushant Singh Rajput accused Bollywood for Sushant’s death.

Sushant Singh Rajput is one of the great actors in Bollywood and entertainment industry. Due to great acting performance, he gained popularity across the world including India.  He achieved success in every field either film Industry or T.V. serial or studies. During his studies, he secured 7th Rank in DCE Entrance Exam in the year 2003 and also cleared 11 entrance examinations. After selection, Sushant got admission to Mechanical Engineering in DCE College but he left in a third year because he was interested in acting and dance.

He was also curious to know about secrets of space or the universe. Sushant had purchased the land on the moon and was watched by his telescope which is very costly. He became popular in the great serial “Pavitra Rishta” for his great performance that was telecasted in the Zee T.V. Sushant received several awards for his best performance in this serial. Due to the increase in popularity, he left the serial Pavitra Rishta and entered in Bollywood.

When Sushant entered in Bollywood, he started his career with the first movie “Kai Po Che!” which was released in the year 2013. After that, he worked in several movies and was nominated for the best actor in the movie M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story. The last movie of Sushant was “Dil Bechara” and released on July 24, 2020, in Disney + Hotstar and a super hit movie with about crores of likes.

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