Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri believes Bollywood became ‘a tight-knit mafia after 2000, and they have some issues with outsiders’ | Hindi Movie News – Bollywood

Filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotric has targeted the Hindi film industry for “destroying the careers of talented outsiders” and claimed that after the year 2000, bollywood ‘became a very close-knit kind of mafia’. During his recent interview with a portal, Vivek opened up nepotism in Bollywood saying: ‘I don’t think there was any favoritism before 2000 because if you look at the stars, Dharmendra was an outsider, Jitendra was an outsider, Rajesh Khanna, Vinod Khanna , Amitabh Bachchan, Govinda, Shatrughan Sinha were outsiders.’ to add’The Kashmir FilesThe director said, ‘People who became big stars in 2000, their children came then and then it slowly became a very close-knit kind of mafia, and they have some issues with outsiders. I do not know why. And that’s why they suffer’. Vivek believes that writers and lyricists working in Bollywood are ‘very urban and modern’ because they are not from ‘Hindi country’, and the filmmaker believes this is the main reason why they were unable to connect with the public . Stay tuned to ETimes for more news and updates.

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