Vivek Oberoi criticizes Bollywood for do not accept faults

Vivek Oberoi called out Bollywood, believing that the industry is not capable of take criticism.

It came on say that he wonders why there is a reluctance to accept shortcomings and flaws.

The actor’s comments come as the first death anniversary of Sushant Singh Rajput approaches.

Vivek pointed the finger out: “We have our good side, but we refuse to recognize our bad side.

“For any individual, industry or fraternity to flourish, one needs know how many faults we have, our mistakes and our wrongs of Industry. “

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He added: “But we have a little of ostrich syndrome.

“Because we don’t recognize that there is something wrong with our industry.

Sushant Singh Rajput was tragically found dead in son apartment in Bombay on June 14, 2020.

His death was ruled as suicide and this resulted in many points of discussion, from nepotism to ruthless ways of Bollywood.

What remains unanswered is whether this has led to any changes within Bollywood.

Sushant SEO death, Vivek continued:

“Last year, there was a great tragedy in our industry.

“Then also nobody wanted recognize really and truly that there is something systematically wrong (in industry), and just wanted to write it off like an incident that happened.

“Whether it is a big star or one small actor, when on loses people due to an unfortunate incident, he should lead to introspection.

However, the lack of introspection remains Vivek’s biggest criticism of Bollywood, which he joined in 2002.

“There’s a lot of things in the industry I’m proud of of.

“But there is also things i’m not proud of of, and U.S should agree to talk about it openly.

“I do not know why we are afraid to talk about it openly.

On what changes he wishes to see in industry, Vivek Oberoi added:

“We should accept criticism just like we take love and appreciation.

“We should be able to accept it with the same spirit.

“We need realize and recognize our mistakes. It’s the first step towards change.

On the subject of nepotism, Vivek Oberoi has previously stated that he does not identify with he.

Although being the son of actor Suresh Oberoi, Vivek said he doesn’t relate to it car he faced difficult experiences on son clean.

He said: “The debate on nepotism does not irritate me for the simple reason because I never thought of myself as someone who tried to kind of enjoy my dad.

“From the start, I did not take this silver spoon thaton offered me in the form of a grand launching ramp. I fought on mine.

“He is a great father, my friend, my guide and critic, but I have always been very independent.

“After age of 15 years old, I have never took money Devil father. I started to win, radio being a voice-over artist and people does not have know whose son I was.”

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