You must be waiting for Sushant Singh Rajput latest news but we are going to tell you how different news houses reported his death.
Sushant Singh Rajput latest news is all over the media, be it national or international. However both national and international reported the suicide of the actor in different ways and responsibility. While some of the news channels and newspapers were busy in digging out the personal details of the actor, many others remained dignified in reporting.
New York Times, that is considered to be the epitome of news, reported the death of Sushant in a very responsible manner. The newspaper started its story by saying that he was “blessed with wonderful screen presence,”.
Sushant’s news of death spread like a wildfire and almost every channel and newspaper forgot the ongoing scenario due to the Coronavirus in the country. Sushant’s news had shocked the nation and even other countries where Indians live.
While the national media stated that it was a suicide after the police confirmed so, international media stressed that he “was believed to have taken his own life”. The essence of journalism is n the fact that until an investigation is on, a newsman cannot reach to a conclusion just on the theory.
BBC in its news said that Sushant Singh Rajput was best known for the movie MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, “where he played the legendary cricketer” the news read.
On the other hand The Washington Post in its news said that ‘Popular Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, 34, found dead’. The article further said that many Indians were still in disbelief after hearing Sushant’s news of suicide.
Even the popular Pakistani Dawn, in its news about Sushant Singh Rajput said that ‘A young Bollywood heartthrob lauded for his portrayal of cricket star MS Dhoni on the silver screen has died’.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has not only shocked India but entire world due to which most of the people are reading and watching the news about this tragic incident instead of another big issues like Coronavirus and tense borders in Kashmir.