Comedian Zakir Khan calls everything a ‘tamasha’ for media; Anushka Sharma reposted the words

After Sidharth Shukla’s untimely death, a famous standup comedian and an actor Zakir Khan took to his social media and posted a poetry which read, “Kar lo baat josse honi thi per ho nahi payi, mil lo unse jisse mulakat hote hote reh gayi. Saas ki Door kacchi hai na Jane ki karwat se toor jaye.” The words felt true and heartbreaking at the same time with the death of such a young actor who left the world at just 40.

Sidharth Shukla’s demise was the 2nd biggest death controversy after Sushant Singh Rajput’s. During the funeral of the late actor, thousands of paparazzies were present there to just click one last picture of him or to speak to him family. Zakir wrote another heartbreaking poem for this which read, “They don’t think of you as a human being. Not because there aren’t any lines or boundaries. Your corpse is not a body without soul, but an opportunity to click pictures. As many as they can click. It’s similar to how people try to steal crockery from houses burning in a riot. Because after that, what use will you be? At most, 10 pictures, five news pieces, three videos, two stories, one post. That’s it.” these words were true after what we saw at the funeral reports and had touched the heart of everyone who ready it.

He continued, “That’s why your death will only be show for them. Your crying mother is a show, your father, broken by the pain, is a show, your depressed sister, your brother who has lost all hope, anyone who loves you, is a show. It would have been another thing had you been alive. After you, your crying loved ones will only quench their thirst. I’m just saying that this is the life you and I have chosen. Maybe you will regret it a little less if you knew this while you were alive. That’s why you should stay happy with your friends, love your people. Learn new things, make new relationships. Just don’t live for them. Whatever time you have left, live for yourself. Because for them, you aren’t even human.”

Actress Anushka Sharma reposted the words of Zakir Khan on how the death of this celebrity has turned into a ‘tamasha’ or a ‘show’. Earlier she had posted, “Rest in peace Sidharth Shukla. My heartfelt deepest condolences to his family and friends.”

Not just this actress, but music director Vishal Dadlani too reacted to this post because everyone felt the ache in their chest after what happen at the funeral.

Gauhar Khan took to her social media and wrote,  “This is shameful! The media houses all alike should be ashamed of this kind of coverage! Hang your heads if this is what you do to someone who has lost a loved one! Be ashamed, very ashamed. All media houses, you are only about sensationalizing even tragedy.”