The tragic demise of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput rocked the business and spiraled the nepotism debate whereas additionally sparking an insider vs exterior dialog.
Whereas many have been commenting about how the late Kedarnath actor was handled by the business and voicing out opinion on nepotism on his behalf, his personal views appear to be poles other than what’s being talked about right this moment.
In an interview given again in 2016, Sushant provides his tackle the identical situation and claims he does ‘really feel like an insider.’
“If I really feel like one, it’s as a result of I’m one – it has nothing to do with the folks right here. They make me really feel like an insider,” he mentioned.
“I can’t complain of favouritism as a result of all of the movies I’ve completed until now and all I will probably be doing sooner or later aren’t one of the best supplied to me, however one of the best supplied to me at the moment,” he went on to say.
“Regardless of the state of affairs, I’d nonetheless do these movies, so I can not say I’ve been handled as an outsider,” he added.
Moreover, he had additionally spoken about nepotism, saying: “Nepotism very a lot exists in Bollywood. In case you are an insider, your success will get multiplied by 10 and failure will get divided a lot much less however in case you are an outsider, it is the other.”
“They’re prepared to overlook it as soon as you’re a profitable insider. However I do not assume it impacts you over a time period. Mr Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan had been outsiders as soon as, however over a time period, they had been accepted fully into the movie business. In the end it is about your love and appreciation of what you do,” he added.