Why Londoners oppose the idea of having the DDLJ statue installed at Leicester Square?

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Londoners represent a small part of the entire global community that has presently united for a global campaign seeking justice for the mysterious death of an extremely talented actor, #Sushant Singh Rajput (SSR).  

SSR began his career in acting despite his enrolment in engineering studies. He was extremely bright, having ranked 7th in the country All India Engineering Entrance Exams (AIEEE) and successfully passed 11 entrance tests to gain admission into the college of his choice in Delhi, India. He pursued Mechanical Engineering at Delhi Engineering College before he decided to follow his dreams and moved to Mumbai to pursue acting. He was a genius in his own right being ambidextrous, loved astronomy which was evident by the Telescope Meade LX600 in his possession, a passion for acting in which he excelled and was nominated for the best actor in the lead role for the movie, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story. His zest for life and adventure is highlighted by him owning a piece of land on the moon! He had a vision for empowering women in India, educating the poor, coding for AI apps with voice recognition enabling swift diagnoses of fever associated with Covid 19, and made numerous donations to charities worldwide. He had a promising career ahead of him.  

Sadly, SSR died under mysterious circumstances on 14th June ‘20 and his death was swiftly declared as a suicide. However, this sparked a worldwide outcry demanding investigation into the mysterious death of Sushant Singh Rajput, which forced the central government of India to involve Supreme Court of India to direct Enforcement Directorate (ED), Criminal Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) to take over the case. During the investigation by these top agencies, not only Bollywood’s link with Drugs, Mafia, Terrorism, Money Laundering is being currently under investigation, but an association between a deep dark nexus and the top actors of India with the underworld came to light.  Unfortunately, this is not the first time an actor has been killed under mysterious circumstances. The world has also witnessed the deaths of Bollywood actors Divya Bharti, Sridevi, Jiah Khan (British born and bred), Sushant Singh Rajput and many more, under similar unexplained mysterious circumstances. 

It has come to our attention that there is a plan by the Heart of London Business Alliance (HOLBID) for commemorating the scene of ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (DDLJ)’, a Bollywood film made 25 years ago with numerous scenes filmed in London by installing a bronze statue of the Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan and his co-actor Kajol, in the midst of the busy square with plans for it to remain in place until the end of 2023.  

The Londoners supported by their global campaigners and fans of SSR worldwide, would not like to see a statue marking the 25th anniversary of the very Bollywood actors who, along with the majority of the other actors, failed to speak up for the genuinely talented actor following his mysterious death on 14th June 2020, leaving the fans devastated and sparking a public outcry with a demand for justice which is very much at the fore. 

This petition reflects the current public mood and sentiment regarding the installation of the bronze DDLJ statue and we sincerely request the following to take immediate action: 
1. Heart of London Business Alliance (HOLBID) 
2. Boris Johnson, PM of United Kingdom 
3. Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London 
4. Rt Hon Priti Patel MP 
5. Rt Hon Bob Blackman MP 
6. Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP 
7. Rt Virendra Sharma MP 

Articles and obituaries for Sushant Singh Rajput - covered by foreign press: 

Bollywood is still a dangerous place for newcomers / outsides (Few Examples): 

© R&B (20 Oct ‘20)