How Clean Is Bollywood, Media a Publicity Tool?

By:Stuti Pandey


A series of events followed after an eminent and established actress Kangana Ranaut spoke about the patriarchal and nepotism activities that are prevailing in the film industry and it was all a downward spiral from there. She also candidly stated about the toxic relationship she had with actor Hrithik Roshan and about how she has been formed as an accused when all along she was a victim, in interviews with Rajeev Masand, Bharka Dutt, Aap ki Adalat, or be it the rhetoric song with AIB.
Recently the actor broke his silence and in a social outburst and has his own side of events to narrate.

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In all this mess, no one has been able to understand the scenario although the media intermittently has been keen in unfolding the pages of their relationship. This whole episode has exposed the wrongdoings of the film society so that the whole world can judge it and give their opinions. As the whole fiasco gained popularity, it was all the news channel had in store, like seriously?
The social media in this age is the best platform for spreading awareness, marketing, connect people alike and what not, its a boon but also a curse if misinformed.
The media’s work is to give information to people and keep them updated but this is being twisted and turned by the people to devour their own selfish ulterior motives which doesn't aligns with the main objective of media companies. After a chain of events followed, the big elephant in the Bollywood is being spoken about! It is great that such a bold attempt like this was taken by Kangana Ranaut to uncover the Bollywood façade that has been in front of our eyes all along, it’s saddening to see the place Women hold in this industry, nevertheless it all should be depended upon the talent and not on “who is the parent”
The plot of this news was about renowned and respected “Roshan” and later after Aditya Pancholi’s
the statement about Kangna not being in her sane state of mind showed that it was a small town girl who made her way to the top by her own is being suppressed by the patriarchal nature of working in the film industry in India.

What do you think?

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