Mandakini Reacts To Boycott Bollywood Culture And Nepotism, ‘I Think Nepotism Is Quite A Natural Phenomenon’

Mandakini, in a recent interview, expressed her views on Boycott Bollywood Culture and Nepotism post the release of her music video with her son Rabbil Thakur

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Mandakini Reacts To Boycott Bollywood Culture And Nepotism, ‘I Think Nepotism Is Quite A Natural Phenomenon’
Mandakini, the yesteryear celebrated actress all set to make her come back after the hiatus of two decades. She’ll be seen in a music video ‘Maa O Maa’. The actress has done incredible work and played some of the most beautiful characters. In a recent interview, the veteran actress expressed her views on boycott culture and nepotism in Bollywood.

In a recent interview with ETimes, Mandakini expressed her views on boycott Bollywood culture. The yesteryear actress mentioned that she doesn’t support this culture as artists and technicians really work hard for the movie. The Ram Teri Ganga Maili actress was quoted saying, “I don’t support this boycott culture. Artists and technicians work really hard and a lot of effort goes into making a film. People should go and watch movies in the theatres. An artist is always an artist. Whatever he is doing is for the public’s entertainment.”

The Mazloom actress further added about nepotism and said that it is a natural phenomenon. She was quoted saying, “As far as nepotism is concerned, I think it is quite a natural phenomenon. When an actor is working, his children grow up in that atmosphere. It is natural for the kids to feel like doing the same thing that their parents are doing. Children accompany their parents on sets and social events. They meet directors, producers and other actors there. So it is natural to get influenced and there is nothing wrong in following your parents’ footsteps.”

Earlier, the senior actress spoke about performing the breastfeeding scene in Ram Teri Ganga Maili, when this kind of scene was considered taboo. She was quoted saying, “The cleavage that is seen on screen, you see so much of it, it is all technically done. But the way skin show is done in today's times, that was nothing. We should not be even talking about it. It (her scene) was also a pure form. Nowadays, it is all about sexuality.”

The 59-year-old actress debuted with Raj Kapoor’s Ram Teri Ganga Maili in 1985 opposite Rajiv Kapoor and she was last seen in Zordaar in 1996. Now, she is making a comeback after 26-years with a music video ‘Maa O Maa’. This video also marks the debut of her son Rabbil Thakur.

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