Jiah Khan suicide: Shilpa Shukla lashes out saying Bollywood has screwed up this nation!

Fri, June 7, 2013 4:09pm UTC by 6 Comments
Jiah Khan suicide: Shilpa Shukla lashes out saying Bollywood has screwed up this nation!
Yogen Shah

The B.A. Pass actor says she’d wanted to commit suicide in her phase of rejection, but took to training in martial arts instead

The Jiah Khan suicide is one of many stories in Bollywood of rejection, loss of faith and depression. Yet another starlet killing herself, and the reactions are still pouring in from both sides of the spectrum. While people like Amitabh Bachchan cannot fathom why anyone could take such a drastic step, those like Shilpa Shukla can somehow relate to what Jiah must’ve gone through in those moments.

The B.A. Pass actor reacted rather strongly on Tuesday, saying, “Khud Khushi .. Why were we ever given this option to take away life? No, it won’t make anything easy for anyone. Stimulus is perhaps the world that we have created for each other. Where love means only one type. The rest of the love denied or not accepted. I wish there was one God to whom we all had to listen to, the God within that teaches and preaches the Sanctity of a mother’s love for the Child. The purest one. And then perhaps we will know, no matter what, you are loved and needed and wanted and don’t go. It’s not the way.”

It seems the thoughts around Jiah and how Bollywood treated have been haunting Shilpa, as she wrote on Facebook this morning, “You know the difference why Jiah Killed herself. And I admit, I wanted to too. I understood that nobody finds peace by killing and that none of us are victims . And, Bollywood is embarrassing when it comes to actresses. It’s like a new Chewing GUM that they pop in, chew chew till its tasteless. And spit out for another NEW FLAVOR. And sadly, we have hand few (sic) of directors who are evolved. It’s an ugly race that they are all made to run. I don’t even find them beautiful, they look desperate behind that beauty where years are spent in rectifyting the face and not the skill to act and improve and learn. And thick-skinned market. Shallow with no depth. Corrupt . Selfish. Myopic. Bollywood you screwed up this nation, majorly. And once you are successful, they will make you like them. The weak surrender.”

When we spoke to Shilpa today on her own bad phase in Bollywood that made her think of quitting altogether, she said, “My big moment of rejection happened very dramatically. I joined martial arts. It’s a much better fight to invest in creation than destruction. Pain is an integral part of creation. There are sacrifices.”

For Jiah, she had a special message, “Live a little more in the name of Jiah. She was never so alive. And something tells me, happy. May her soul rest in peace.”

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  • annoymous

    I agree with Shilpa. NOTHING harm for Shilpa to tell the truth. I can say Shilpa is honest and sincere. Tell the truth is the best policy. Thanks Shilpa

  • faraz

    oh i fell in love with the beautiful lines, thank u shilpa & the writer Shweta Parande

    “Stimulus is the world we have created for each other. Where love means only one type. The rest of the love denied or not accepted. I wish there was one God that teaches and preaches the Sanctity of a mother’s love for the Child. The purest one. And then perhaps we will know, no matter what, you are loved and needed and wanted and don’t go”

  • Raj

    Yes it coz the actress should be defined according to its talent and not the looks those who struggle when they r in limelight they forget about what the new comers must be going through

  • Nandita Sinha

    Y take your own life?,Bollywood is not the end of the world. There are many more options to succeed in life, many more avenues to explore. Do not understand state of mind of such people who suicide & are suicidal. sad very sad indeed

  • Jessenia

    I believe you should never give up your precious life for anyone or anything, either it’s boyfriend or career.

    If one thing doesn’t work try something else believe me you become more stronger and at least before taking your lives think about your loved one how will they live without you.

    My heart goes out to rabia khan and her daughter.

    I am sure there are politics in show biz but like any profession they have good and bad things. So just take it in positive stride and move on. In other words not everyone can be successful.

    But never give up your life!!!

  • cindyd

    I do not agree with this assessment. While The actress’s life in bollywood certainly had a factor on her depression and ultimate decision…I think a life is more than just a career, short or long. Mental illness has little or nothing to do with what you do in life for a living, but can be accentuated by outside influences…
    India as a whole has segmented its population into castes and therefore has left many out of the opportunities for progression up the professional ladder in ALL careers. Bollywood is but a microcosm of this problem. As a whole it is a deep seeded, malignant program. The only way to cure it is to cut it out completely. As for that ONE God…There is ONE living God. And we are NEVER alone…


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