The death of Sushant Singh Rajput has sparked a row of discussions on both mental health issues as well as nepotism in Bollywood. While many have shared their negative experience of working in the Bollywood industry some actors still have plenty of good things to say. Actress Urvashi Rautela in a recent interview with IANS has revealed that she thinks her experience of joining Bollywood was very welcoming.
Urvashi Rautela made her Bollywood debut alongside veteran actor Sunny Deol in the 2013 film Singh Saab the Great. While the film failed to make a mark on fans around the country Urvashi Rautela grounded herself as a reliable actor in the industry.
Speaking to IANS Rautela said, "I debuted opposite superstar Sunny Deol and the entire film was made by the Deols. Even Bobby Deol and Dharmendra sir were there in the film, so it has been a very welcoming experience."
And then whatever films I kept doing within my team, I never came up with that kind of thought or expectation of me getting over-attention or getting some special kind of treatment. My approach has been very simple. Also, while working in or promoting films I've been given an equal amount of dignity and respect," she added.
Urvashi Rautela will next appear in the digital film Virgin Bhanupriya. The film also stars Gautam Gulati, Archana Puran Singh, Delnaaz Irani, Rajiv Gupta, and Brijendra Kala, Niki Aneja Walia, and Rumana Molla. Rautela has also expressed her grief over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. However, Rautela has not said anything about nepotism in Bollywood.