Nepotism in Bollywood
Bollywood Film Industry is home to great movies and yearly it produces thousands of movies. But despite being a great industry, it has been suffered by long-running nepotism culture which has killed the emerging talents and new ideas, which in fact could help the Bollywood industry to achieve great heights. But the recent news of Sushant Singh Rajput’s unpredictable loss has alerted the Bollywood fans around the world about the ongoing Nepotism culture than ever. As an instant response, a large number of Bollywood fans unfollowed the StarKids as well as the flag bearer of Nepotism in Bollywood, Karan Johar. Also, there is an online petition being signed by the 4.5 Million people to boycott several producers and production houses.
if you want Nepotism to end in Bollywood, we’ve come up with several lists that can really help to end this creepy thing.
1. Support Self-made stars. Stars like Ayushman Khurrana, Manoj Bajpayee, Akshay Kumar, Shahrukh Khan, Amir Khan, Kangana Ranaut, Vidya Balan, Priyanka Chopra, and many others are self-made actors. They are in Bollywood because of their immense hard work and devotion. We should really appreciate their work if they have worked hard and performed well. This attitude of ours will give opportunities to the newcomers and we will get to see the new emerging talents on our screen.
2. Boycott the product of NepotismIt is obvious that Star-kids get a hundred trials to prove themself but the outsiders have to prove them every time they play the movies. And the day, they fail, no matter how many hits they have given, they will be kicked out of Bollywood. This is unfair and this has to end soon. And to end this, we are responsible. We need to boycott the movies of star-kids and such producers and production houses who support Nepotism.
3. Support Good MoviesWe, as an audience, have a full responsibility to react to the movies that come to the theater. We spend our money and we have the choice to choose the movie we want to spend the money on. It’s high time that we only support the good movies that make sense. Otherwise, we are again going to urge another outsider star to hang themself. We should stop blindly supporting big Bollywood biggies to rule the whole Bollywood industry. But we have a problem that’s really hard to fix. We prioritize the next trends after some time. And eventually, we are prone to forget the promise we take to boycott the Nepotism products. In short, it’s in our hands whether we endBollywood Nepotism or not.