Actor Abhay Deol has taken a dig at Bollywood, saying “a person could make a film about the corrupt tactics” prevailing in the film marketplace.
Abhay penned his feelings on Instagram when recalling the shoot of his 2012 launch, “Shanghai”, which revolves around the concern of corruption in politics.
“‘Shanghai’, unveiled in 2012. A modern day Indian just take on the Greek novel ‘Z’ by creator Vassilis Vassilikos. Directed by Dibakar Banerji this movie puts systemic corruption in politics front and center, with devastating effect. Exceptionally appropriate today. Seems like these times a person could make a movie about the corrupt procedures of Bollywood,” he wrote.
Abhay praised people who have been exposing malpractices inside Bollywood following Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise.
“By the way, not absolutely sure if the existing outrage will give rise to an unbiased Hindi movie and audio marketplace, devoid of the unoriginal tag of ‘Bollywood’, but it positive feels superior to listen to loud voices from within just the marketplace, risking their occupations for the even bigger ‘picture’
#makingwhatbollywouldnt,” he included.
Currently, singers Sonu Nigam and Adnan Sami, other than actors Ranvir Shorey and Sahil Khan, have been among the Bollywood stars who have come out to discuss about nepotism and power perform in Bollywood.
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