Pooja Bhatt has shared her stance on the accusations of supporting nepotism within the movie business.
The actor-director mentioned Vishesh Films has launched numerous newcomers.
Actor and filmmaker Pooja Bhatt have responded to allegations of supporting nepotism in Bollywood. She took to Twitter on Wednesday, sharing a thread of tweets about her tackle the matter.
Pooja laughable to accused of selling.“Have been asked to comment on the hot topic Nepotism that people are raging about.
As someone who hails from a ‘family’ that has launched more new talent-actors. Musicians & technicians, the entire film industry. Combined I can only laugh. Facts don’t find takers. Fiction does,” she mentioned.
With established stars and deemed smug for it. Made to feel inferior for only working with/launching newcomers & not chasing stars. And now the same people play the nepotism card? Google & tweet guys & won’t even say think & speak.” she mentioned.
Who has been among the many most vocal actors towards nepotism in Bollywood? “As for Kangana Ranaut-She is a great talent, if not she wouldn’t have been launched by Vishesh films in “Gangster”.
Yes, Anurag Basu found her. Vishesh Films backed his imaginative and prescient & invested within the movie. No small feat. Here’s wishing her the perfect in all her endeavors,” she mentioned. Kangana’s debut movie, Gangster, produced by Vishesh Films.
She talked about her upcoming movie Sadak half-sister Alia Bhatt. Directed by their father, Mahesh Bhatt. “Even #Sadak2 gives birth to a brand new talent in the form of @Suniljeet72 A music teacher from Chandigarh who came to our office with no prior appointment, a dream, a harmonium & a brilliant song called ‘Ishq Kamaal’ that absorbed into the film on first hearing by my father,” she wrote.
Pooja added, “Toh yeh ‘Nepotism’ Shabd se Kissi Aur Ko zalil Karne ki koshish Karo Doston. (Then try to humiliate someone else with these words friends). The people who have found their way into the movies through the springboard we provided over the decades know what we stand for. And if they have forgotten, It’s their tragedy. Not ours. Have a great day.”
The debate on nepotism rekindled after actor Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14. He was 34 and struggling fro despair. His livid followers have been concentrating on all from star children to highly effective children for not giving outsiders a good likelihood within the business.