Bollywood is the world of glamour and limelight . It has made many lives and took them to the peak of their career. But no-one knows about the dark side of this industry . Post the death of Kai Po Che actor , many star celebs turned up with their posts of condolence but it’s the matter to look upon that how many of them do actually care when someone from their fraternity needs their support.
As the questions of Nepotism are constantly being asked after this mishappening, some celebs and netizens started grilling all those star kids of Bollywood about thier hypocrisy. According to reports, it’s believed that movies were taken away from Sushant , which were given to him by big banners. Not just that, even when he was alive, he wasn’t very dearly accepted by our Bollywood ‘gangs’, so to say.
Now, actor Saif Ali Khan, who is also a son of a Bollywood celeb but he spoke about the bitter truth as he thinks this sudden Bollywood love for Sushant is nothing but hypocrisy.
In a recent interview with Times Of India, Saif quoted 5 points , which revealed the bitter truth of Bollywood
Have a look at these points as under:
1. According to Saif, there were many people who were somewhere gaining mileage from this big tragedy. He said, “There are so many people who’ve made comments so quickly. And it just seems to me that people are somewhere gaining some mileage from this poor fellow’s tragedy, you know, whether it’s to show compassion or to show interest or to show some political stance. So many people are talking rubbish in this nonstop kind of barrage on social media and it’s just embarrassing, really, I think.”
2. He thinks a day of silence and introspection is required as people who outpour love for him on social media didn’t actually care for him. “Out of respect for him, for Sushant’s tragedy, maybe a day of silence or introspection would be a little more becoming than this outpouring of love – an outpouring of love from people who obviously didn’t care about him and people who famously don’t care about anybody else,” he said.
3. Saif, fearlessly, exposed the ugly reality of the industry where people are just eyeing for competition and no one cares about anyone.” I mean, we don’t care about anybody. You know, it’s a very cutthroat line of work. But to pretend that you do care is like the ultimate hypocrisy and I think that’s an insult to the dead, you know, it’s an insult to the soul that’s gone,” he said.
4. He also attacked the people who wrote long posts for him but in reality, they will never show any compassion. “We live in an age where people write 10 lines for you on Twitter and will walk past you on the street – won’t even touch you or shake your hand. You know, you get wished for your birthday, but people don’t actually call you. There’s no contact,” he said.
5. He also raised one more valid point wherein he feels that people are manipulating the situation and somewhere exploiting his name. “People are failing people constantly. Everyone talking about him, even those saying who failed you or didn’t fail you is, I think, somewhat exploiting his name. To take any stand at the moment, apart from just sorrow, and just saying that I’m really sad that he had no way out except this – any other comment is somewhere manipulating the situation, I feel. You have come across this as an opportunity to take a shot at somebody, and you’re taking a shot,” he added.
Saif also quoted that it’s wrong to blame anyone at this point because nothing is clear in this case as of now.
It seems that Tanhaji actor shared some genuine points .The 48-year-old actor plays the author Peter Van Houten in the upcoming movie of Sushant , Dil Bechara ,which is a remake of the Hollywood film Fault In Our Stars.