Raveena Tandon calls Bollywood “bad girls” says they tried to “bury” her


Raveena Tandon shared this image. (Image courtesy: officialraveenatandon )

Strong points

  • “Sometimes careers are destroyed,” Raveena Tandon tweeted.
  • “You have a hard time staying afloat,” she added.
  • “I wish he had contacted some of his closest friends,” she wrote.

New Delhi:

The death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput opened the floodgates on a deluge of complaints against the film industry to which it belonged; on social networks, many, including some insiders, accused Bollywood of operating in camps and cliques based on privileges and nepotism. In a series of tweets, actress Raveena Tandon agreed that camps exist just like “naughty girls”. Ms. Tandon, daughter of producer Ravi Tandon and a big 90s star, also revealed that she was also the target of what she called “dirty politics”. Raveena Tandon also shared her thoughts on the role of the media – “chamcha journos” in particular – to enable the kind of power play she describes in her tweets.

“Mocked, was taken out of the movies by the heroes, their girlfriends, the newspaper chamchas and their false career-destroying media stories. Sometimes the quarries are destroyed. You have a hard time staying afloat. To defend oneself. Some survive, others don’t, “Raveena Tandon tweeted,” When you tell the truth, you are considered a liar. “

Although she was born in the industry, Raveena Tandon said that it had happened to her. “The more they tried to bury me, the more I resisted,” she tweeted.

Read his tweets here:

Raveena Tandon, star of films such as School, Aks, Ziddi, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi and cult comedy Andaz Apna Apna, was labeled “jinx” by the film industry for playing in a series of flops before his role in 1994 Mohra. Ms. Tandon, winner of the national award for best actress for her work in Daman, is now married to distributor Anil Thadani and makes sporadic appearances in films like the one from 2017 Shab.

An example of Bollywood’s “bad girl” behavior has been circulating on social media since the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Filmmaker Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt, who both wrote tributes to the actor, were repeatedly reminded that they had disdainfully spoken of him during an episode of Koffee with Karan. Actor Vivek Oberoi, who attended Mr. Rajput’s funeral, also called Bollywood a “b *** h less and care more”.

Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide, police said. Before his revealing tweets, Raveena Tandon shared a photo with him on his Instagram profile on Sunday and wrote a moving note: “Who knew this energetic and fun young man liked to hide intense sadness deep in his heart, hiding behind the dance and smiles. I wish he had reached out to some of his closest friends, Maybe, maybe we would have seen a different day. I only met him twice in I did not know this life well, but his sincerity, talent and good heart were open to everyone. “

Who knew that this energetic, fun-loving young man hid intense pain deep in his heart, hiding behind the dance and the smiles. I wish he had contacted some of his closest friends, maybe, maybe we would have seen a different day. I have only met him twice in this lifetime, I did not know him but his sincerity, his talent and his good heart were open to everyone. We will never know what drove a beautiful young successful soul like him to take this step, but wherever he is, I wish him grace and peace. # #omshantishantishanti

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Actors Ranvir Shorey and Nikhil Dwivedi, and filmmaker Anubhav Sinha also called their colleagues. In a separate tweet, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur spoke of “people who have given up (Sushant Singh Rajput)”.

Sushant Singh Rajput, who rose to fame with the television series by Balaji Telefilms Pavitra Rishta, was last seen in Chhichhore and the Netflix movie player. Politician Sanjay Nirupam, who was also at the funeral, alleged that Mr. Rajput had signed seven films after the success of Chhichhore but lost all the movies in six months.

Maharashtra Interior Minister Anil Deshmukh has announced that the investigation into Mr. Rajput’s death will include an investigation into allegations that he was depressed due to professional rivalry.

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