The death of Bollywood young hero, Sushant Singh Rajput woke the voices against Nepotism in Bollywood. It is evident that Bollywood is a fancy stage and many young talents want to have a wonderful career in there. But is it a great place only for star kids?
There are many extremely talented actor in Bollywood struggling to earn the recognition they deserve. But te experts in the industry say that late Sushant’s life is the classic example for an outsider trying to prove himself in Bollywood. They say that nepotism in this field is the reason for his suicide. After this incident many stars are stepping forward to expose their struggles with nepotism.
Eventhe happening hero in Bollywood, Aayushman kurana once faced the similar partiality in the industry. In one of his interviews he mentioned that he wanted to do his debut movie with Dharma Productions. When he met Karan JoharJohar he got his landline number but no one answered his calls. Once a guy from his office received the call and said that Karan was not available. And when the actor visited his office, he was told that their production house is for stars but not a person like him. He fortunately got an opportunity to enter industry with a decent film Vicky Donor under Soojith Sircar’s direction.