The drug controversy that has shook the movie business appears to be creeping into the lives of not simply actors however their households, too. Dancer-actor, Raghav Juyal just lately took to social media to share an disagreeable incident that his household in Dehradun went via amid this ongoing expose about Bollywood drug mafia.
“My brother has been getting these painful boils of late. So, together with my mom, he went to see a health care provider. The physician is aware of about me and that my brother is an unbiased filmmaker. Earlier than even checking his downside, the physician mentioned, ‘Arrey tum Bombay se kab wapas aaye, tumhare bhai bhi hai na wahan pe? Suno tum log na medicine lena bandh karo’,” he shares.
Juyal shares his mom was shocked and even tried reasoning with the physician that her son doesn’t devour any such issues. However the physician refused to consider her.
“The physician replied, ‘Rhea Chakraborty’s mom additionally mentioned she isn’t into medicine’. Our neighbours and kin, too, have been saying such factor to my mother and father. Some mentioned, ‘Aapka beta na bolega, par sahi se pata karlo aaj kal yahi ho raha hai’,” rues Juyal.
He provides all these feedback are affecting his household’s psychological and bodily well being. “There could be some individuals who’re into medicine, however the complete factor has been generalised. It appears persons are being brainwashed into believing that the entire business is into medicine,” he says.
The 28-year-old feels a sure part of the media and social media are in a approach creating these misunderstandings.
“Issues are getting so poisonous. On TV, what’s largely being mentioned is medicine in Bollywood. Why aren’t we speaking about GDP, economic system slowdown, world peace, corona, farmer issues and so forth? Such information are affecting the youth, particularly youngsters who’re at an impressionable age,” he says, additional calling out social media trial.
“I don’t perceive these folks passing these judgments on social media. We’ve a judiciary to do this, proper? Opinions and discussions are high quality however these threats, abuses and trials on social media are going to a different stage,” he opines.
Reacting to the narratives round different biases in Bollywood, Juyal says he doesn’t pay a lot heed to all these and insists that nepotism and favouritism exist in each sector.
“Neither I’m a Kapoor nor a Dhawan, so I knew my journey could be tough. In the event you’re aiming at simply displaying off your physique or to work in Karan Johar movies, or to attend these huge events, then it’s one thing else. My goal is to raised my craft and fulfill my artistic urge. To try this, there are a number of filmmakers I can work with, so why fear or crib?” ends Juyal.
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