Sudhir MIshra, Director of ‘Chameli’ says Nepotism is nothing to do with outsiders
Sudhir Mishra is a known director in bollywood industry,he started his career in the year 1981 as an
assistant director and script writer later on, he began directing films with major actors in
industry.Recently in an interview he talked about the most famous phenomenon of industry called as
‘Nepotism’ adding further he said,an actor shouldn’t be judged with his/her getting into the first film but
the hard work and effort put by them to beg the opportunity for debut.
Although,the actors get more attention and fame being having belongingness from celebrities and need
no extra effort to promote themselves as like the newly come outsiders but there is no barrier
though,for them in anyway.Being an outsider one has to struggle more to place their feets in industry
but once they have succeeded there is no come back easily. Nepotism is little less harder may be,it’s as
harder for them to maintain their foots for long and if they fail to keep happy audiences in any way they
have to then quit.
There are such examples like Emraan Khan, Uday Chopra among few others who
really couldn’t make out in acting whereas,the actors like Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are doing damn
well and people appreciate their work as well.
So, more than being getting an opportunity for something is to come over that and turn go.Sudhir
Mishra started his career from the film Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron(1983) and in recent years he directed
famous films like, Chameli(2003) and Ye Saaali Zindagi(2011).