Nepotism and Insider-Outsider debate have been started once again after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Bollywood actor like Kangana Ranaut has come out and given explosive interviews on the issue. Now, actresses like Dia Mirza and Divya Dutta have shared their opinions also. On the occasion, they have talked about losing out on movies. Dia Mirza has said that favouritism exists in every parts of life while Divya has said that she has removed from the movie at last moment. However, she has managed to stay unaffected.
Talking about the debate on Insider Vs Outsider, Dia Mirza has said that it is very unhealthy. Regarding the favouritism, she has said “Favouritism is nothing new to the construct of human nature. It is something that we have always had.” On asking about the existence of movie mafia, Dia has explained that there is PR machinery. In fact, it is possible to observe favourtism in the media as well. There are actors that deserve to get more respect and attention.
About the camps in Bollywood, Dia Mirza has said “There are camps. Of course, there are camps! There are camps of people who get along with each other, who work closely and intimately with each other, their personalities gel.” Opening about losing out on movies, Dia has said “I have lost films to other actors and it’s hurtful but you get up, you dust it off and you move forward. I feel a personal agenda in a lot of things that are being said. I see a lot of personal bone to pick with people. I find a lot of the attacks deeply personal and hurtful. That’s why I feel it’s unhealthy.”
On the other hand, Divya Dutta has said “It used to feel like a huge sense of loss, coming and being rejected or being told on the phone that someone else has been roped in. I’ve been dropped out of many movies at the last minute so that hurts because you feel sheer helplessness because you know how good you could’ve been in that role.””
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