Vive Oberoi says Bollywood needs to accept that something is systematically wrong

Vive Oberoi says Bollywood needs to accept that something is systematically wrong

Vive Oberoi has called Bollywood for not acknowledging its mistakes as an industry. The actor said the Hindi film industry has shown “ostrich syndrome” and has been unable to acknowledge that something is “systematically wrong” in 2020 even after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput’s Tragedy.

“We have our good side, but we refuse to acknowledge our bad side. For any person, industry or fraternity to flourish, it is necessary to know ke hum mein kitni khamiyan so, our mistakes and the wrongs of the industry. But we have a little ostrich syndrome. Because we don’t recognize that the Hamari industry is me Kuch gadbad hai, ”Vive told the Oberoi Hindustan Times.

Referring to the death of the SSR, the actor said: “Last year, there was a great tragedy in our industry. Then no one really and truly wanted to admit that there is something wrong systematically (in the industry), and ke wanted to write twenty incidents.”

His comments have been accepted by self-designed film critics Kamaal R Khan. KRK wrote: “Bhai @vivekoberoi your conversation is a great and pure truth. Keep it up.”

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