After the sudden demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, a debate on nepotism , insider-outsider has started in film industry. Many celebrities are openly sharing their experience. Actress Kangana Ranaut who has been fighting this battle for the longest time has now vigorously started targeting the bigshots of the industry calling them out for boycotting Sushant from the industry and banning him from the films. A lot of people have spoken on the dirty and dark side of the industry, the existence of nepotism, favouritism, camp-ism and lobby culture to name a few.
Recently, Sonu Sood, the real-life messiah has opened up on the struggles he faced in the industry. The actor said that those who have power in the industry will use it. The Dabangg actor revealed he was removed from posters during his initial days in the industry. “I don’t belong to a film family. When I entered the industry, there were a lot of films where I felt like I should have been there on the posters, but I was removed. There are two ways to go about this. Either I can complain about not being on the poster, my role being cut short or I work hard to become worthy enough that people say that he deserves to be on the poster and have a substantial role,” the Paltan actor told Zee News Hindi in an interview.
“Whoever has power will always use it. This is the case in Bollywood, the corporate world or a clothes shop. Anyone with power will always try to suppress the one below him. You need to have the power to overcome this,” he added.