When your father says, entering into the entertainment industry can be tough, then don’t ignore him because it can be tough to be part of the industry.
Don’t get me wrong as it is not only the hard work that works in the industry.
Many celebrities opened up about their experience with working in the industry.
They have said in their interviews that nepotism, gangs, and groups are the real things in the industry.
As a newcomer, you won’t get good work easily in the industry.
Here, take a look at some eye-opening claims about the dark side of the industry.
After the sudden demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Dabangg fame director Abhinav Kashyap opened up about his struggle in the industry.
He wrote a long note on his FB account where he mentioned how Salman Khan and his family ruined his career in the entertainment industry.
Ranvir has given some exceptional performances in his career but never got the fame which he deserved.
In addition to this, he was isolated by everyone and never offered any good scripts at all.
He also spoke about how Bhatt families have spread rumors about his bad behavior.
Kangana is very vocal about her stardom and struggle in the industry. She drew everyone’s attention by waging the war against the Bollywood industry after the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput.
She talked about the gangs, and favoritism in the industry targeting almost everyone.
The famous music director also opened up while answering why he is doing less work in Bollywood.
He said about the gangs that spread rumors about him and he was never offered much work from Bollywood.
Raveena Tandon also complained about the so-called favoritism in the industry.
She mentioned that she went through the phase where she wasn’t offered good movies and also removed from many projects. She even compared it with classroom politics.
Resul Pookutty won an Oscar for his work and faced the worst phase after that.
He mentioned that winning an Oscar became a curse to him and he wasn’t offered any work from the industry.
Tigmanshu established himself in the industry as an actor as well as the director.
He has given many gems to the industry. In an interview, he mentioned that a few strong groups in the industry are getting huge profits from the show business but doing nothing for the art of Bollywood cinema.
Amit Sadh was banned in the TV industry for his behavior. He was getting no work in the industry.
Later, he switched to films and after a long struggle, he is finaly getting fame now.
Sonu Nigam is a famous musician and singer. It looked like he did care for the Indian singing industry which narrowed down to a few record producers.
Sonu mentioned that these music mafias are crushing young singing talent.
Sona Mohapatra also tweeted about the unfairness of the industry as she never got a second chance after the hit song Ambarsariya.
Sona Mohapatra also revealed her spouse’s condition. In a tweet, she mentioned that Ram Sampath went through a tough phase.
Ram Sampath was also cornered by the so-called gangs in the Bollywood industry.
Madhur has also talked about the reality of groups in the industry. He said that he stayed away from the gangs as people isolated him when his first film tanked at the box-office.
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Zeeshan Ayyub said that the problem is bigger than nepotism as he was always promised by filmmakers that he has an important poster role in the movie but it became a side character later.
Manoj Bajpayee mentioned the fact that the industry is not respecting outsiders at all.
He added that he has no problem with nepotism but the actual problem is restricting the outsiders to shine in the industry.
Govinda also discussed a couple of incidents when he was wronged by people from the industry.
He mentioned how he was removed from the movie, and later offered side roles.
Adhyayan Suman also called himself a victim of groupism mentioning the fact that his 14 films were shelved and the box office records were forged.
He pointed out that people were never realizing it until an actor committed suicide.
Upen Patel was famous as one of the top models in India, he was offered films as well.
Later, he didn’t get good movies. He also came forward and said that ‘they’ cornered and cut him from the industry.
Shreyas also agreed to the fact that favoritism and nepotism exist in the industry.
He mentioned that he never got any offers from YRF and Dharma productions, and he also never approached them.
Divya also pointed out the favoritism in the industry stating that she was offered and then rejected for many roles in movies. However, she made her name in the industry.