Every now and then, statements are made by Bollywood personalities. From shows to exclusive interviews organized by the media, there is always something new that gets revealed. Lately, various B-town celebrities have opened up to the press giving very entertaining revelations about their careers, love life, and feelings about the industry.
'...people who were getting break were sons of actors, directors, and producers...everybody had a lineage, there was absolutely no example to go by..." -Ranveer Singh-Ranveer Singh who is currently basking in the victory of his latest film Padmaavat while in an interview with a leading channel made the statement in respect to nepotism. For some time now, the industry has been faced with the issue of nepotism to which several star kids are being launched. Ranveer Singh revealed that the way the industry is structured is very nepotistic. Meanwhile, the actor is all set for more releases this year. "...I curse my husband every day; I abuse my husband every day but he does such loving things that the cursing comes out with love!..." "I did not decide to become an actor, my mum decided for me...I became an actor by default." -Rani Mukerji- Rani Mukerji who has been away from the silver screen will soon be seen in the film 'Hichki'. While on the Neha Dhupia’s chat show, BFFs with Vogue, with designer friend Sabyasachi Mukherjee, the actress said a lot about her husband and family. Most shocking is how she curses her husband out of love. Also, she revealed at a promotional event for her upcoming film that her mother chose a career path for her to which she is grateful. 'Kareena stop gossiping.' -Malaika Arora- A few days ago, Malaika Arora was in the news as she gave gym fashion goals with the new collection by Reebok India under the Fashionably Fit line. Now, she is in the news again but this, she tells her BFF Kareena Kapoor Khan to stop gossiping. She made the statement while on Neha Dhupia's chat show BFFs with Vogue along with sister Amrita Arora. Well, it seems she knows her friend so well. "No filmmaker goes out and makes films to incite people, to trouble regions, to disturb the community..." -Shah Rukh Khan- In response to why Bollywood personalities were quiet about the uprising faced by Padmaavat, SRK revealed that being quiet was not out fear but for the safety of the society. He was quoted by a leading daily saying, "Sometimes, when people are going in an 'uprising', you should just stand back. Nobody is scared, fearful or hiding their own skin as is said about Bollywood stars, 'Oh these people just want to earn money and not do anything for the society.' No. We love our society, we make entertaining films and we want our society to be happy."