Nawazuddin Siddiqui Raises Concern Over Bollywood Being Portrayed As Black Hole; 'Bollywood Is Not Just 20-22 People'

In his latest interview, Nawazuddin Siddiqui spoke about Bollywood being portrayed in a negative light and questioned where will the aspiring, talented people go?

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui Raises Concern Over Bollywood Being Portrayed As Black Hole; 'Bollywood Is Not Just 20-22 People'
Ever since Sushant Singh Rajput has passed away, Bollywood has been on the receiving end on social media. It has been portrayed in a negative light with people calling it a Black Hole. However, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is not happy with it. In his latest interview, Nawazuddin stated that the industry is not just made of 20-22 people, rather it consists of lakhs of people who work hard and are talented. He stated that it is wrong to target an entire industry. He also added that struggle is in every industry and not just Bollywood.

As reported by Hindustan Times, Nawazuddin said, "This is not good. Bollywood is not just 20-22 people, it’s lakhs of people. It’s an entire industry, thousands of makeup people, spot boys, music industry, singers, set designers. It’s a growing industry, who pays taxes." He further went on to add that all the negativity will have a diverse effect on the talented aspirants who want to make it big in the industry.

Nawazuddin said, "Aap industry ko ajeeb names bolte hain- blackhole, galat hai. Theek hai, agar koi galat hai, voh har jagah hota hai, aisi baat nahi hai. It’s wrong to target the entire industry. To call a growing industry that… we have lakhs of talented people in our country, who want to come into this industry. If you show our industry in such a light, and show such a picture, where will those lakhs of talented people go?”

The actor was recently seen in web ventures like Ghoomketu and Serious Men which received a good response from audiences.





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