What was it that led Sushant to take this extreme step? Was it something in his personality or was it because he was intoxicated? Did people around him push him over the edge? Or did he imagine that he was never going to make it in Hindi cinema, never going to fulfil his ambitions? It is common knowledge that he had difficulties in his career.
His hand shows that he had the ability and talent to reach the top. His sensitivity, creativity and talent are more than evident in his hand. Perhaps it was temperament which was not suited to the cutthroat, parochial world of Bollywood! Sushant's hand
is well-shaped, in the sense that it has a broad wide palm. His fingers, although on the shorter side, are not too short. A good balance. The phalanges of his fingers are balanced as well, with no phalange being too short. His fingers are conic at the tips, with strong fingers of Saturn (middle) and Apollo (ring). The Jupiter finger (index finger) may not be that strong, but it is high set. The lines seem clear even in a hazy photograph, and the thumb is normally set (not too high and not too low) with a good balance of both the first (Will) phalange and the second (Logic) phalange. A Girdle of Venus is present, although it is more prominent on the left, passive hand. The Moon mount is the most prominent.
The lines, though clear, are not very well balanced with each other. The heartline is too straight (which reduces its length) and too low-set, plunging towards the headline. Interestingly, on the left hand which shows the inherited qualities (and the subconscious mind), the heartline is normal. The headline is considerably tied to the lifeline, on both palms.
You can check out his hand photo here.
By itself, the headline being tied with the lifeline is common on many hands and does not usually affect the person in a negative way because it is all about the early years (although some effects do linger). A certain amount of protective behaviour towards children is normal in our society as compared to some western societies. Usually, most people get over this over-protection and come into their own, but this doesn't always happen. It depends on the rest of the hand.
Sushant’s hand shows a complex personality. It shows a high level of emotional sensitivity, idealism, an imaginative mindset, insecurity about the self and introversion, accompanied by a strong ambition for fame and name. Although he inherited the high ambition and drive to succeed, the truth is that these values are more dominant in his current personality, and they are not inherited qualities. All this came at the cost of other things. Ambition by itself is very good. Feelings of insecurity are also often a driving factor in the lives of many highly successful personalities as success assuages the feelings of insecurity.
So, what went wrong? His hand shows amazing talent, and a creative mindset enhanced by the kind of sensitivity that could have seen him metamorphose into a great actor but he didn’t give it time.
The answer lies in his hand and in his personality. People with all three lines connected (heart, head and life) often have problems with relationships and one of the reasons for this is that it can show an inability to be in touch with one’s true emotions because feelings of vulnerability are hard to face. True feelings could be suppressed even if they are raging under the surface. This can fuel controlling and other types of behaviour which can drive away those who love that person. It can make the person unable to prioritise the loved one. The objective of Sushant’s life was his ambition to become successful. This is quite normal in many young people today and highly driven individuals do tend to obsess over their careers. But if they are not careful, it can drive away people who love them.
The combination of signs on Sushant's hand shows that he was probably distant, even cold and controlling. He was also likely to be the brooding type. And this is not necessarily only about romantic relationships.
Sushant's hand shows intelligence and logical thinking and but like all of us, he needed emotional support during the times he was feeling low. He didn't reach out. He was too proud. He didn't want to appear weak.
It’s shocking that other people are being blamed for his suicide. No one can be blamed. It's a terrible tragedy.
(Sushant was an Indian television and film actor who died by suicide at the age of 34 in June 2020)
Read about the personalities of other young actors like Kangana Ranaut (who is she really?) Sonam Kapoor (why didn't she reach the top?), Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhat, Ranbir Singh, Shahid Kapoor and Kartik Aaryan.
Or find out why Kurt Cobain or Chester Bennington died by suicide. Or Can Lindsay Lohan's addictive behaviour be seen on her hand?
Or read about the personality profiles of all other Bollywood and Hollywood stars who have been written about on this blog.
(The photo above is a free one from the wiki: [Bollywood Hungama / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0])