Recent tragic of Sushant Singh Rajput fired up the fingers of his supporters and common people against the illogical context of suicide being phrased by the Mumbai Police. How can a police confirm a death scene as suicide in the first place, even when there was a no suicide note from the deceased nor any substantial evidence? It was indecisive! The posture of Sushant after the death and marks over his body should make them skeptic. Their way of approach is quite similar to the late Jiah Khan's case. It looks there other cards for the Mumbai Police to safeguard the guilt. But here comes a big WHY?
Umang is an annual Mumbai Police Event, being organized since a decade. In the first place, it is an event to honor the efforts of Mumbai Police. But the dominance of the show is held in the hands of Bollywood. The popular heads of the Bollywood industry stud the show with their stunning performances. In simple terms, No Bollywood! No Umang!
This Star studded Mumbai Police show may term and overshadow the nobility of Mumbai Police in investigations linked with the film fraternity. The rapport developed between these Stars and Mumbai Police, during such events may stage the personal alliances. Most importantly, the big tickets of the film industry can have their perks. This questions the integrity and transparency of Mumbai Police in their crime investigations, especially of filmy world.
It's the high time for Mumbai Police (in fact for every other police in the country) do some introspection over their shows of Bollywood and draw their line of limits.