Camps Do Exist In Bollywood : Raveena Tandon

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise has triggered a strong war of words on nepotism and has raised a question about the functioning of the film industry. Day after Kai Po Che actor’s death, Raveena Tandon took to Twitter, to share some of her personal experience. In a series of tweets, the veteran actress talked about such topics like “career-destroying fake media stories” and “camps”, “Mean girl gang” in Bollywood.

She wrote, “Mean girl gang of the industry. Camps do exist. Made fun of, bn removed from films by Heroes, their girlfriends, Journo chamchas & their career-destroying fake media stories. Sometimes careers are destroyed. U struggle to keep afloat. fight back some survive Some Don’t.#oldwoundsrevisited.”

 

She further added, “When you speak the truth, you are branded a liar, Mad, psychotic. Chamcha journos write pages&pages destroying all the hard work that you might have done. Even though born in the industry, grateful for all it has given me, but dirty politics played by some can leave a sour taste.”

 

She penned in another tweet, “It can happen to someone born within, an “insider” as I can hear insider/outsider words, some anchors blaring away. But you fight back. The more they tried to bury me, the harder I fought back. Dirty politics happen everywhere. But sometimes one root for good to win, and Evil to lose.”

 

She concluded the series with the positivity. She shares, “I love my industry, but yes, the pressures are high, there are good people and people who play dirty, there are all kinds, but that’s what makes the world. One has to pick up the pieces, walk again and again, with the head held high. Goodnight world. I pray for a better tmrw.”

 

Earlier Raveena penned a heartfelt post in her instagram handle to condole Sushant’s demise. Sharing some of her throwback pictures and videos she wrote, “Who knew that this young energetic fun-loving young man, was hiding some intense sorrow deep down in his heart, hiding behind the dancing and the smiles. Wish he had reached out to some of his closest friends, Maybe, just maybe we would’ve been seeing a different day.I met him only twice in this lifetime, did not know him well, but his sincerity, talent and kind heart was open for all to see. We will never know what led a successful, handsome young soul like him to take this step, but wherever he is I wish him Grace and at peace. #omshantishantishanti.”

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