The domain investor, a private citizen is closely monitoring the death of actor sushant singh rajput, since he was allegedly banned by all major film production houses in Bollywood in a tweet of KRKBoxoffice on 27 February 2020
According to our sources #Dharma #SajidNadiadwala #YRF #TSeries #SalmanKhan #DineshVijan #Balaji have banned #sushantsinghRajput! So now he can do web series or TV serials only. Superb!!
This highlights a major problem in many industry sectors in India, that some professionals are banned completely. The indian internet sector is far worse than Bollywood since people they ban like the domain investor do not get any kind of work offline and online. Though the domain investor is getting some advertising from websites outside india, in India, no advertiser has the courage to advertise on the websites
Similarly though the domain investor, a private citizen, is also one of the most prolific writers in india on iwriter (iwriter account 137870) and owns many domains, no indian business will deal with her, since powerful brahmin, bania officials have banned her. There are plenty of customers outside india for the domains, writing and advertising, yet in a FINANCIAL FRAUD RAW/cbi are falsely claiming that their CALL GIRL, robber, cheater employees like goan bhandari sunaina chodan with no online income, own the paypal, bank account, domains of the domain investor in a government fraud
R&AW/cbi employees like nayanshree hathwar, riddhi nayak caro are only COOKING, HOUSEKEEPING, yet the indian government is making up fake stories of computer work, to justify wasting taxpayer money on their salaries while criminally defaming the real writer, domain investor
This banning of sushant singh rajput shows how kshatriya professionals, business owners are systematically banned by the brahmin, bania officials, companies, so that they get no paid work in india, and when they are paid their customers abroad, indian government is openly involved in FINANCIAL, BANKING FRAUD since 2010, which can be legally proved using income tax returns