The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri reveals how Bollywood actors get addicted to drugs; saying ‘they fall in the dark hole’

 The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri reveals how Bollywood actors get addicted to drugs; saying ‘they fall in the dark hole’

The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri lately spoke his heart out about how Bollywood is full of dishonor and exploitation. He even shared that small success leads to drug addiction. The filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri also shared an ‘inside story’ about Bollywood and said that it’s not just a hub of talent but also a memorial park of talent. He added, saying that celebrities who do not get the expected level of success get knotted in the nasty circle of the industry without income and power—these actors then are forced to fake it despite not having it. 

The Kashmir Files director tweeted a lengthy post about the shady secrets of Bollywood and said that the ‘real Bollywood is set up in its dark alleys.’ He even said that in these dark alleys, one could simply find traumatized dreams, crushed dreams, buried dreams, and much more. He further wrote that it is not about denial, as everyone knows that refusal is part of the deal. Vivek Agnihotri said that the embarrassment and exploitation shatter gentle dreams, hopes, and beliefs. People can stay alive without food, but living life without respect and self-worth is next to impossible.  

Have a look at his tweet –

The director Vivek Agnihotri then spoke about how unsuccessful celebrities end up in a never-ending battle. He further wrote, ‘Those who find some success but not the real one get into drugs, alcohol and all the other kinds of life-damaging stuff. And now they need money. So, they get introduced to all kinds of amusing money.’ He further added, ‘You have to look like a star, party like a star, PR like a star, but you are not a star. Imagine yourself in a gangsta ghetto where you have to perform like a gangster without a gun or knife.’ 

Vivek called this an empty race of validation, a dark hole that keeps getting deeper and deeper with each race. He ended his post by writing, ‘You show off, nobody sees. You scream, but no one hears. You cry; no one cares. All you find is bordered by people laughing at you. You conceal your dreams. Silently. But then you find some people dancing on the grave of your dreams. Your failure becomes their celebration. You are a dead man walking. The irony is nobody can see you are quite apart from you. One day, you exactly die. And then the world sees you.

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