vishal panwar November 1, 2020

Not just in India, the movements seeking justice for Sushant Singh Rajput have seen worldwide acceptance. We have seen rallies have been staged in the UK and USA as fans of the late Bollywood actor continued their support. The movement abroad is still going strong. Recently, Sushant’s fans in New Zealand were seen in a traditional ‘Haka’ demanding justice for him and seeking answers related to his tragic death.

A group of Sushant’s fans in New Zealand last week took part in a traditional ‘Haka’, a popular event often held by Rugby players of the country. Wearing traditional attires, men and women delivered an amazing performance including some energetic chants and gestures holding traditional objects in hand. Interestingly, Sushant Singh Rajput’s photo was kept at the stage while the performance was going on.

Sushant’s family friend Smita Parikh was the first to share the news on Twitter and it immediately grabbed attention among his fans. They were quick to share hashtags like ‘Justice for Sushant Singh Rajput’ and ‘Who killed Sushant’ among others.

Incidentally, this is not the first time fans in New Zealand showed their support. Back in August when theatre operations resumed in the country another tribute went viral. A group of people had stood up for a minute before Sushant’s last film Dil Bechara started screening.

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