Some name it noise, some are terming it as pertinent debates, however Bollywood and its functioning are what is ruling the primetime new and dinner desk dialogue lately. But it has resulted in displaying the Hindi movie trade in very poor gentle, one thing which actor Maniesh Paul finds fairly disheartening.
“I feel a lot of people who have nothing to do with the industry are the people who are talking the most about the industry. The people who have not experiences, people who have no idea about what goes around in the industry are the people who are talking about most. So it is sad,” shares Paul.
The actor, who largely stayed away from such discussions on any platform, laments how quite a bit of people are making the state of affairs nasty.
“It is sad. Yes, we have this freedom of speech but people are misusing that. Everybody is pointing fingers at each other, there are so many allegations and then people are coming to conclusions. I feel so bad that they have made this industry into a bad place which it is not,” he asserts.
Paul, who just lately starred in a brief movie, Hichki, that was shot throughout this pandemic, feels that it is time for people to simply maintain their opinions and settle down as there is already a lot negativity round.
“Log na har cheez ka hauaa banate hain. I just feel that people who have nothing to do with the industry should just keep shut and engage themselves in something else. I get that because of Covid a lot of people are sitting at home and they have nothing to do and everybody is passing judgments. I am just done with it,” the actor muses.
Many additionally concern that each one this slandering of the movie trade might have a damaging influence on the audiences minds, however Paul thinks in any other case.
“For example we love our family, but if we get angry with them we don’t go and criticise them to this level or disown them. I come from a school of thought wherein I look for a solution for anything, be it any kind of adverse situation,” he concludes.