Vidyut Jammwal calls out Nepotism, Genelia D’souza, Randeep Hooda and many Bollywood celebs come forward in his support

Nepotism in Bollywood is the trending topic of discussion right now. Every actor is coming out and speaking about nepotism that is so rampant in Bollywood for decades. Vidyut Jammwal is the latest celeb to talk about the unfair treatment and social hierarchy in Bollywood. The actor spoke after his film Khuda Hafiz moves towards an OTT release. The actor was not invited to the recent virtual event that was conducted to announce the online release of six other films, Bhuj, Sadak 2, Ludo, Coolie No. 1, Laxmmi Bomb and Lootcase.

He shared a tweet about the same and wrote, “A BIG announcement for sure!! 7 films scheduled for release but only 5 are deemed worthy of representation. 2 films, receive no invitation or intimation. It’s a long road ahead. THE CYCLE CONTINUES.”

The announcement poster bears the faces of Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Abhishek Bachchan, Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn. Vidyut’s objection comes at a time when audiences across the country are mad at the special treatment which every star kid is given in the Bollywood industry, zoning out newcomers and outsiders.

Following this, many Bollywood celebs came forward to support Vidyut Jammwal. Actress Genelia extended her support and tweeted, “Every film is made with a lot of love, a lot of sweat & a lot of people giving it their all. Its only fair to want a little respect, its only fair to expect an invitation, its only fair to have at least been intimated. But then, sometimes even life is not fair. keep walking my friend.”

‘Highway’ actor Randeep Hooda also tweeted in support and wrote, “More power to you brother Vidyut .. will watch your film the day it releases
@VidyutJammwal.”

Vidyut Jamwwal’s co-actor and lead actor in “Khud Hafiz” Shivaleeka Oberoi also tweeted about the lack of representation and wrote, “These days, you get to know about your OWN film’s announcements on the internet! Which is going to be announced by other actors and not the film’s actors! Nothing has changed and nothing will change!”

She then added, “This is not demean any actor. Not their fault! This is basically to bring light on how things work around here when you are a newcomer or an outsider.”

Meanwhile, ‘Malang’ actor Kunal Kemmu also shared a mysterious post about the virtual announcement event, “Izzat aur pyaar maanga nahi kamaya jaata hai. Koi na de toh usse hum chhote nahi hote. Bas maidaan khelne ke liye barabar de do chhalaang hum bhi oonchi laga sakte hai.” Kunal will be starring in Lootcase.

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