Manoj Bajpayee reveals the ugly side of Bollywood Mafia, read details

Those were days when notable actors and actresses used to rule the Bollywood film industry and many even thought that those stars would go on to make many films in their career and entertain the fans in the years to come. They have entertained us with their incredible performances during their acting career.

It is no secret that the Bollywood industry has largely been influenced by people who haven’t heir link-ups in the industry. The so-called star kids of already established ones are already in the headlines for all the reasons and are allowed to stay there despite their success or failure. On the contrary, talented ones are struggling to set their feet.

Meanwhile, popular actor Manoj Bajpayee exposed the dark side of Bollywood mafia. Manoj Bajpayee is one of the finest actors in Bollywood. He is popular for his outstanding performance in movies like Aligarh, Zubeidaa, Gangs of Wasseypur and Aiyaary.

Manoj Bajpayee reveals the ugly side of Bollywood Mafia, read details

It is no secret that due to the presence of Manoj Bajpayee, The Family Man 1 and 2 was a huge success. It’s a shame that Bollywood didn’t appreciate the delicate acting skills of men. He’s so versatile that he can easily slip into any role he’s given.

His portrayal as Srikant Tiwari in The Family Man, in which he was cast as a normal man, was a hit with the public because it was so relatable.

Manoj Bajpayee reveals the ugly side of Bollywood Mafia

Meanwhile, popular actor Manoj Bajpayee exposed the negative side of the Hindi film industry. He further added that the industry doesn’t respect outsiders in the first place.

During an interview with Wion, the veteran actor added that that the industry is wasting talent, he said, “I have said it before that this industry has wasted talent; so much that in any other country those talents who have not been given their due here.”

Moreover. he went on to say that the industry operates and differentiates to outsiders, “How come I survived in this industry, an industry that doesn’t have respect for people from outside? So much so, if a good film is getting bad box office then forget about the industry as they will anyway criticise you whether you make a good film or a bad film, whether you give a good performance or a bad performance — the mainstream critics and the trade analysts will jump on it and they will try to prove that it’s a bad film because the box office is not that great.”