After the suicide attempt of Indian actor Sushant Singh, his brother-in-law has developed a ‘Nepometer’ against nepotism in the Indian industry.
Numerous well-known artists of the Indian industry are raising their voices against the sudden death of Sushant Singh, blaming it on nepotism. In this regard, a certain section of the Indian film industry is being criticized by fans and artists. And the demand for legal action against them is growing stronger day by day.
According to the Indian website DNA, Sushant Singh’s brother-in-law Vishal Kritik has launched a rating service called ‘Nepometer’ against nepotism and to identify it.
— vishal kirti (@vikirti) June 25, 2020
According to Indian media, Nepometer is a platform where Indian films and Indian TV shows will be rated for kinship and it will be checked whether the staff working in the released film and the cast are talented actors. Contains or belongs to a well-known film family.
#Sadak2 is 98% Nepotistic. We rated it based on 5 categories, Producer, Lead Artists, Supporting Artists, Director & Writer. 4 out of 5 categories have Bollywood Family members. When #nepometer is high it’s time to #boycottbollywood
Will you watch this movie? Tell us in comments pic.twitter.com/LqZFhE6bk8
— nepometer (@nepometer) July 2, 2020
Sushant’s brother-in-law said in a tweet that the ‘Nepometer’ was made by his brother in memory of Sushant Singh.
On the other hand, the investigation into Sushant Singh’s suicide is still ongoing. Mumbai police sources say that Indian filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali has been summoned by the Mumbai police in the Sushant Singh suicide case.