Suicide is the act of intentionally ending one’s own life. Emile Durkheim was a famous sociologist, and his monographic studies claim that suicide is fundamentally a social marvel regarding the breakdown of the vital bond of life. 

Emile Durkheim in his classical study of ‘Le Suicide’ which was published in the year 1897, said that suicide can have origins in social causes like poverty, heredity, psycho-pathic factor, miserable love, and other individual elements rather than just being due to individual temperament.

Emile Durkheim found that self-destruction/suicide was less common among women than men, more typical among single individuals than among the individuals who are in a sexual relationship, and rarely among the individuals who have children.

Emile Durkheim had developed a theoretical typology of suicide based on different types of relationships between an individual and his society.

When it comes to Sushanth Singh Rajput suicide we can term his suicide to be Fatalistic suicide, where it was said that he felt isolated and was not accepted by the Film industry and was suppressed by the influential people who belong to film background. Being a person from a non-film background, he felt that he was not given the due recognition which he deserved.

Fatalistic suicide happens when an individual is too much regulated when their fates are savagely blocked and interests brutally gagged by oppressive discipline. It happens in oppressive societies where their inhabitants would prefer to die than live on.

After the death of Sushanth Singh Rajput, many senior and popular actors spoke about Nepotism in Bollywood and also shared their personal experiences. Many felt that the so-called Privilege Club Actors and Nepo kids are responsible for Sushanth’s death, and lakhs of fans have also unfollowed the so-called Nepo kids in various social media platforms.

His fans feel that Sushanth Singh Rajput’s death was caused due to the systematic dismantling of his fragile mind. It is also said that few blind items that were written by few journalists (who are supported by movie mafia) have caused mental, emotional, and psychological lynching to the star.

Sushanth Singh Rajput’s untimely death has left many unanswered questions and the film industry has lost a multi-talented actor. During this period many popular stories of suicides by various film actors were also discussed and the life in the so-called heartless Bollywood was widely discussed. 

Sushanth Singh Rajput’s fans would always remember him for his Zinda Dil attitude and childlike smile. One of his fans even said, “Hope it’s a rumor, Come back Sushanth”. It was so touchy. With a heavy heart, his fans bid farewell to their favorite star.



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