Ahead of Sushant Singh Rajput's first death anniversary, Vivek Oberoi admits 'There is something systematically wrong in the industry' | Hindi Movie News - Bollywood - Times of India

Sushant Singh Rajput's death raised many questions on the way Bollywood works and nepotism in the film industry became one of the most discussed topics in the country. Now ahead of SSR's first death anniversary, Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi said that he feels that the film industry is incapable of taking criticism. In a conversation with with a news portal, he said, 'We have our good side, but we refuse to acknowledge our bad side. For any individual, industry, or fraternity to flourish, one needs to know ke hum mein kitni khamiyan hain, our mistakes and the wrongs of the industry. But we have a little bit of ostrich syndrome. Because we don’t acknowledge that hamari industry mein kuch gadbad hai.' Referring to Sushant's death last year, Vivek said, 'Last year, there was a major tragedy in our industry. Then also nobody wanted to really and truly acknowledge that there is something systematically wrong (in the industry), and just wanted to write it off ke ek incident hogaya. Whether it is a big star or a small actor, when we lose people due to some unfortunate incident, it should lead to introspection.' Vivek also mentioned about the changes he would like to see in the industry and said, 'There are a lot of things in industry that I’m proud of. But there are also things that I’m not proud of, and we should be okay to speak about it openly. I don’t know why we are scared to openly talk about it. We should take criticism just like we take love, and appreciation. We should be able to accept it with the same spirit. We need to realise and recognise our mistakes. That’s the first step towards change.'

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