Sonu Sood has been garnering accolades for all the good work he has done for the migrants during the Coronavirus lockdown. Now, in a recent interview, he spoke about his struggle in the industry and the 'insider, outsider' notion that is being highly debated on social media post the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Many fans and supporters of the late actor are accusing Bollywood's bigwigs of indulging in nepotism and not giving an opportunity to talented outsiders like Sushant. On this, Sonu stated that it is not right to blame one section of the industry for someone's demise.
Talking to Hindustan Times, Sonu spoke at length about this. When asked how fair it is to blame a certain section of people for Sushant Singh Rajput's demise, Sonu said, "Not right to blame one section of people. It is very difficult for those individuals also to hear someone blame you for someone's death." He shared that getting blamed for someone's death is the biggest thing that one can experience in their life and can't come out of it. Sonu Sood further expressed that Sushant's death was very tragic.
In the same interview, Sonu also asserted that people will talk about Sushant's death and nepotism for a few days and move on. Then there will be another outsider, a new subject trying his luck to make it big in the industry.
Sharing about his own struggle, to Hindustan Times, Sonu said that no matter how talented and strong you are, it is very difficult to be in this industry. He revealed how he gave Rs 500 to a watchman to enter Film City and watching a shooting. Sonu also shared that there are hardly any people in the industry who are outsiders and yet have managed to make a mark in the past 50-60 years. (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput's Closest Friend Sandip Ssingh Opens Up On The Big Loss, Ankita Lokhande's State, His Dream Project With The Late Actor- EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW)
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