Richa Chadha says the same directors who posted condolence messages have “replaced the actresses who refused to sleep with them” – bollywood

Actor Richa Chadha wrote on his blog about the debate on nepotism, which was rekindled after the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor died of suicide on June 14, and Richa wrote that instead of talking about mental health, nepotism became the main topic of conversation.

“Is it said that the industry seems to be divided between ‘internal’ and ‘external’? In my opinion, the Hindi film industry and its entire ecosystem is only divided between kind and unkind people, ”he wrote.

Richa said that, as a stranger, she feels the industry operates as a food chain. “In the short time I was here as the first person in my lineage, my assessment is that the industry operates as a food chain. People are scoundrels when they know they can get away with it. Those who are distressed today have been cruel to their subordinates, ”she wrote.

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Richa wrote that acting can be a “deeply isolated” profession where “personal life is invariably affected by public life.” She continued: “There are people on the inside who can be kind and generous, and people on the outside who are punitive egomaniacs. In the early phase of my career, strangers often “cut me to size.” It took all my strength to recover from various forms of subtle sabotage. But this is not about me. The tragic part is that everyone here has experienced a version of this. “

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She wrote that the idea of ​​”nepotism” makes her “laugh out loud.” “I don’t hate ‘star kids’,” he added. “Why are we expected to do so? If someone’s father is a star, they are born in that house in the same way that we are of our people. Are you ashamed of your parents … This is a hateful and pointless argument. I am a self-made person in this business. Will you tell my children to be ashamed of my struggle to get where I have, for example?

Recalling a story from about a decade ago about Sushant, he continued: “Sushant and I started working together in a theater group. I was sharing a 700 square foot apartment in Andheri West with a friend from Delhi. Sushant would pick me up on his bike and we would head to rehearsal, for which he was grateful. I was not poor nor was I broke. But I can’t say that the money was not considered when I had to go out to audition ads for a mask brand. I would worry that my makeup would melt in the auto rickshaw before I even arrived. This would NEVER happen with a “star boy”, and if he does, they will be praised for being humble enough to take the rickshaw in the first place. But I am not bothered by her privilege.

She wrote that “what has privilege is that it is invisible to those who have it. We cannot have an honest discussion about equality before confronting rights. And it will not happen by blaming ‘the privileged’ for the death of a man or asking that actresses are raped. “

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Expressing his disappointment at the hate messages that have been sent to Sushant’s friends, he continued: “I am amazed at our collective lack of dismay or shock at how low we have bowed in our speech. The social media timelines of the deceased actor’s friends and girlfriend are full of dirt! Who are these ‘fans’? I checked some profiles online. The same channel mouths that abused Sushant when he stood up on the ‘Padmavat’ issue are now abusing his loved ones for ‘not being there’ for him. ”

He noted that several filmmakers who shared messages of condolence a month ago are the same people who “have exhausted their peers’ movies before launch, have replaced actresses who refused to sleep with them at the last minute, and in fact, several have repeatedly forecast. ” iska kuch nahi hoga ‘”.

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