Twitter users are calling for a boycott of Flipkart after criticising the company's "Depression is l

Fans of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput are upset and have uploaded photos of a T-shirt with the slogan "Depression is like drowning" and a picture of the deceased star that is supposedly for sale on Flipkart.



Fans of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput have criticised Flipkart for engaging in "cheap marketing" after the e-commerce platform allegedly started selling t-shirts with a picture of the late actor. The T-shirt with the slogan "Depression is like drowning" was seen in social media posts. After a fan posted a picture of the T-shirt with the "depression" tagline and Sushant's picture on it on Tuesday, the hashtag "boycott flipkart" started trending on Twitter. In June 2020, the actor's body was discovered. He was 34 years old. Rhea Chakraborty shared a letter after Sushant Singh Rajput's sister claimed that she had damaged her brother's life.


Fans complained on Twitter over the T-caption, shirt's which claimed that Sushant committed suicide. Some of them demanded an apology from Flipkart and the withdrawal of the offending T-shirt from their website. The T-shirt is no longer available on the website.


As many people responded with disbelief, fans of the late actor posted screenshots of Flipkart's T-shift with Sushant. The "insensitive" product stunned some people, while others dubbed it a "smear campaign" against the late actor.


A fan who posted the screenshot on Tuesday said that the nation has not yet recovered from the shock of Sushant's terrible passing. We'll never stop advocating for justice. Flipkart should apologise for this awful crime and should be ashamed of it.Fans complained on Twitter over the T-caption, shirt's which claimed that Sushant committed suicide. Some of them demanded an apology from Flipkart and the withdrawal of the offending T-shirt from their website. The T-shirt is no longer available on the website.


Some others called the decision to sell the mentioned T-shirt "nonsense." What the heck is Flipkart doing? dragging a corpse and classifying the image as "sadness." What sort of subpar advertising is this, a Twitter user questioned on Wednesday. Another person remarked, "How could someone ever consider such a thing?" Shame on you Flipkart," another user tweeted, using the hashtag Boycott Flipkart. You wish to defame someone,


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