Hindi tv actor Upen Patel recalls the time he felt left out from the Hindi tv and film industry

Urvashi Rautela also spoke about Nepotism in the industry and her own experiences of facing nepotism from the industry.
Written By Apoorv Shandilya | Updated: July 25, 2020 12:14 IST
Hindi tv actor Upen Patel recalls the time he felt left out from the Hindi tv and film industry

On Friday Upen Patel took to Twitter to rant about his life and career. Patel who is a tv and film actor said that he felt left out from the Hindi tv and film industry. Patel also had a few comments for the media and its bias. On Twitter Patel wrote, "Strange how so many media outlets are contacting me today for an interview in papers and to appear on TV about #nepotisminbollywood but when I needed the support to cover or promote my films most never had time or I was not star enough to feature. Oh what now you remember me."

 
"Suddenly they decided to cut me out and I was left in a corner. I was lost. Confused. Hurt. It was very toxic for my mental health.. suddenly I was not needed in the industry," he added.
 
Upen made his debut in the Hindi film industry with the Shraddha Kapoor-Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer "36 China Town" in 2006. He also later starred in films such as "Namastey London" and "Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani". The actor also made a name for himself after he appeared in Bigg Boss. However, he failed to garner much fame out of it.
 
Recently another Bigg Boss contestant Urvashi Rautela spoke about her own experience of facing nepotism in the industry. She said, "There's nothing special I can do. What I want to say, people already know about and are talking about it. But yes, I do agree that Bollywood is challenging for the people who come from outside. The outsiders should be provided with good scripts and big actors equalling to what the insiders get to justify the game."
 
 
 


CREDITS: TWITTER


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