Adhyayan Suman says people need to stop fighting nepotism and fight groupism in the Hindi film industry instead

Adhyayan Suman who is the son of actor Shekhar Suman claimed 14 of his films got shelved because of groupism
Written By Apoorv Shandilya | Updated: July 10, 2020 12:37 IST
Adhyayan Suman says people need to stop fighting nepotism and fight groupism in the Hindi film industry instead

Of all people, actor Shekhar Suman and his son Adhyayan Suman can't stop commenting on the nepotism debate that is currently ongoing. In a recent interview Adhyayan Suman has claimed that 14 of his films got shelved due to groupism. The young actor believes that people need to fight the groupism that is created by power dynamics in Bollywood.

 
Speaking with Bollywood Bubble Adhyayan said, "Power dynamics and groupism are there in the industry since years. It happened with me too. My 14 films were shelved and the box-office collection of my films were projected wrongly. People haven’t paid attention to this earlier. It’s very unfortunate that we required a Sushant Singh Rajput to commit suicide for people to realise.”
 
"People who are blindly fighting or talking about nepotism, I would like to say ‘Don’t fight on nepotism but fight for groupism, camps that exist in the industry and the production houses that don’t allow talented actors in the industry" he added.
 
Previously Shekar Suman questioned the reality behind Sushant Singh Rajput's trafic death. He said, "I strongly believe that Sushant's death is not an open and shut case of suicide," asserted Suman who claimed to have closely followed the investigation trail and pointed towards "missing links" like absence of a suicide note and facts like misplacement of a duplicate key to the house, and change of SIM card by the actor "50 times in a month." Shekar Suman also said that his own son contemplated suicide when he has depression. Suman also visited Sushant's parents in Patna to express his grief.
 




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