It’s been nine days since Sushant Singh Rajput passed away. The actor’s death by suicide has left a void in everyone’s lives. His fans are digging out reasons for his depression and it has led to a lot of conjectures such as Nepotism. The term movie mafia is trending as it is said that the industry is led by mafias who decide which actor will play what role. Sushant’s death has re-ignited the nepotism debate and several Bollywood celebrities, filmmakers, the star kids are being subjected to severe criticism.Also Read - Sushant Singh Rajput's Sister Shares a Truly Emotional Video on His 36th Birth Anniversary
Now, TV actor Kavita Kaushik, who is famous for her role in Sab TV’s FIR as Chandramukhi Chautala, spoke about another side of movie mafia. In her series of tweets, Kavita wrote how she was not allowed to play Haryanvi cop elsewhere. “Yesterday I was reminded that il be sued if I repeat to play a haryanvi cop anywhere else, despite it being 5 years that the channel ended the show n doesn’t revive it despite repeated demand by audience, and you talk about movie mafia, cute !”, she tweeted. Also Read - On Sushant Singh Rajput’s Birth Anniversary, Rhea Chakraborty Shares Unseen Video of Them Goofing Around in Gym- Watch
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Kavita exposed the industry and further wrote, “Was categorically told this when I suggested I’m planning a punjabi film with a concept of haryanvi Lady cop vs punjabi male cop in a Romcom, “you got paid for it then” was thrown at my face when I reminded em how chandramukhi was conceived by me replacing their marathi cop idea”
In her third tweet, she said don’t attack star kids instead fight with real evils. She added, “Nepotism ain’t in the list of unfair treatments actors have to adhere, while channel/producers enjoy royalty repeats, Rights of product cooked by actors n technicians, power to malign rep, traps of contracts, n more! Fight the real evils instead of attacking star kids pointlessly”.
Kavita Kaushik also played the lead role on Sab TV’s Dr. Bhanumati On Duty. She had participated in the dance reality show Nach Baliye, and was one of the participants in the eighth installation of the show.
Kavita made a debut in Bollywood with the 2004 film, Ek Hasina Thi playing Saif Ali Khan’s girlfriend.