There’s plenty of ruckus going on in the Bollywood business. Be it drugs or #metoo allegations, the business is in the limelight for all of the improper causes. While persons are nonetheless curious to know the rationale behind actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life, a recent controversy arose when Payal Ghosh accused filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of sexually molesting her. Soon after the fiasco, plenty of reactions began pouring in from each inside and outdoors the business. Gorakhpur BJP MP and actor Ravi Kishan on Sunday, in an unique interview with India TV, opened up about the identical.
When requested about how the male and the feminine actresses who’re turning into notorious, he said, “Dirt of any kind should be cleaned. My idea is to have a look at what kind of nation we are looking up to. What kind of nation are we creating and what will our future generations will look up to.”
Speaking about how energetic drug cartel and film cartel is in the business, Ravi Kishan instructed India TV, “When our seniors got here like Jaya ji, Amitabh Bachchan, this sort of ambiance didn’t exist. I, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, and others of the same lot came in the 90s then also it wasn’t there. The drug scenario has spread its web from the past 7-8 years and its business is worth many crores that is going on not in the industry but also in the country.
Who said that drugs are the only easy medium to enter the industry. Acting got nothing to do with any kind of drugs. I have played a lot of roles and this is the reason the country leaves me. The few dirty fishes need to be thrown out of the industry.”
On Anurag Kashyap and Payal Ghosh’s controversy, he said, “A girl is full of powers. If a girl reveals what has happened to her in front of the social media risking her life her family, at least respect her courage. To raise your voice in front of the country in the times of social media is in itself a big thing. You cannot save yourself from just writing a line or so on Twitter.
An investigation needs to be done if you have done something wrong and someone has accused you of a wrong deed. Otherwise, it will become a fashion and so many notorious people will not be exposed.”
For the unversed, Payal Ghosh made her characteristic debut in the 2009 Telugu movie “Prayanam”, and has been seen in the 2010 Kannada movie “Varshadhaare”, moreover the 2011 Telugu releases “Oosaravelli” and “Mr Rascal”. She additionally had a job in the 2008 British TV movie “Sharpe’s Peril” starring Sean Bean.
Her solely Bollywood launch until date is Sanjay Chhel’s 2017 rom-com “Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi”, that includes the late Rishi Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Vir Das, Prem Chopra and Shilpa Shinde.
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