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Sambhavna Seth Tried To Justify Vlogging About Sidharth Shukla’s Funeral. Erm, Still Not Okay.

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Death is inevitable. I know, this is not exactly how an article should start. But death is the most real aspect of our lives and also the only thing that remains constant. Having said that, things are different when a common man dies and when a celebrity dies. I mean, for one, there is no media trying to cover our funerals. And another thing that happens is that there is no one vlogging at our funeral either. Yep, there have been instances where vloggers have vlogged the funeral of a celeb. In fact, Sambhavna Seth vlogged about Sidharth Shukla’s death. And for that, she received a great deal of criticism from netizens. And now she has taken to Twitter and responded to the backlash.

Sambhavna Seth, who was present at Sidharth Shukla’s funeral, responded to the criticism she received from netizens and other celebs for vlogging Sidharth’s death. She even revealed the ‘truth’ about the reason behind her brawl with the police at the actor’s funeral.

Sambhavna has a YouTube channel with over 2 million subscribers. She took to Twitter and posted a series of tweets in which she defends herself for vlogging. In her tweet, she said, “We being celebs were concerned as fans too to know about @itsSSR family and friends at his funeral… Same way @sidharth_shukla fans were also glued with tv sets to know what his family and friends are going through. They have all the right to know what is happening inside. And giving a general insight to his fans through media or social media is not a crime unless you are leaking inside video or pictures. Which I didn’t. Those who are becoming over smart with their tweets were also scrolling their social media feeds to know what was happening there.”


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According to Sambhavna Seth’s vlog, she was watching the news to know when she has to leave for Sidharth’s last rites. And upon reaching there, her husband and she got into an argument with the police when they asked her if she was supposed to be there in the first place. In the video, she admits to losing her cool and the reason behind it was the fact that she didn’t like how her husband was getting treated.

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In all honesty, if you ask me, vlogging about someone’s death is not cool. I know that when a celebrity dies, their fans and people around want to know what happened, but vlogging about it and or the kind of media coverage that was there at late actor Sidharth Shukla’s funeral was inhumane, to say the least. Media and celebs paying their respects need to respect the privacy of family members and give them space to grieve. 

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