Raveena Tandon, Ranvir Shorey Open Up About The Dark Side Of Bollywood

Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden death has stirred waves across the country and has ignited, yet again, a conversation surrounding mental health and suicide prevention. It has also opened a can of worms. People from the film industry are opening up about the monopoly that is Bollywood. Saif Ali Khan, Farhan Akhtar, and Anubhav Kashyap‘s statements have proven how the industry lacks empathy, is lonely, and is willing to crush anybody who goes against the power structure.

In addition to the list, Raveena Tandon and Ranvir Shorey have opened up about the dark side of the film industry, how it is unwelcoming of new talent, and how many are left feeling an “outsider” despite their hard work.

According to a report by Hindustan Times, Raveena Tandon took to Twitter to reveal that there is a “Mean Girls” gang in the industry who are quick to destroy careers.

She claimed that once people start exposing the reality of the industry, they are branded as “liars”, are ridiculed, and outcasted.

She revealed how she has suffered because of the industry and its “dirty politics” too but has fought back.


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Ranvir Shorey, on the other hand, mocked award ceremonies by joking about how star-kids have it all – further highlighting how close-knit the Bollywood “family” is, reports HT.

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If these claims are true. it would be a shame how highly talented and intellectually sound people are ignored, ill-treated, and ignored by the industry. We hope that this time is used for some serious introspection. The world needs to be better than this.

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