Mumbai: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has been spearheading the protest for unraveling the mystery behind Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s tragic death.
Amidst reports of the involvement of the underworld in Sushant’s murder, Swamy on Friday took to his official Twitter handle to take a dig at Bollywood, suggesting that the film industry should be shifted to Lakshadweep.
“American Cinema world was moved from New York to Los Angeles suburb called Hollywood in the first decade of the 20th century. Similarly, Bollywood should be shifted to Lakshadweep,” tweeted Swamy.
American Cinema world was moved from New York to Los Angeles suburb called Hollywood in the first decade of 20th century. Similarly Bollywood should be shifted to Lakshadweep
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) August 22, 2020
After Sushant’s demise, reports about the existence of Bollywood mafia and their hold over Mumbai and the film industry have resurfaced.
Reports also suggested that several Bollywood biggies have connections with underworld dons and the mafia controls the film industry.
Subramanian Swamy led the brigade demanding a CBI probe in Sushant’s case.
Along with his lawyer Ishkaran Bhandari, he has been organising peaceful online protests to seek justice for the late actor.