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Ranvir Shorey takes a dig at bollywood’s lobbying yet again, calls out ‘the gang’ of the industry

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has created a stir in Bollywood. Many have come forward to question the hypocrisy and favouritism in the Industry. In fact, many actors have even shared their ordeal as they became a victim to it all. One of them was Ranvir Shorey, who spoke a little but meant a lot.

It was just a while ago when Ranvir through his Twitter account called out the ‘Bollywood funkies.’

It was just a while ago when Ranvir through his Twitter account called out the ‘Bollywood funkies.’

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His tweet even left many industry members baffled. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap even questioned him whether the Sonchiriya actor meant what he said. Now, amidst it never-ending debate, Ranvir Shorey has yet again blurted out his heart. He is now speaking of the gang in Bollywood. Calling them a ‘mutually beneficial alliance’, Ranvir also mentioned how some young producers are an active part of it too. Ranvir tweeted, “The Gang” is essentially a mutually beneficial alliance of a few powerful, corrupt, crafty old men, and a few second-generation younger producers who have inherited film empires. Their objective is to have control over the top of the pyramid and have pliable stars. #Bollywood”


That’s not it. Shorey came out in the open and confessed to being a victim of the same.

That’s not it. Shorey came out in the open and confessed to being a victim of the same.

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Another tweet read, “I’ve had a run-in with one of them 15 years ago. This is the man who fancies himself as the holy-moly Dronacharya of the gang, except when it comes to covering up the indiscretions and crimes of his own offsprings. A product of a damaged mind and faux spirituality.” Ranvir Shorey concluded his cryptic tweet as, “The modus operandi is that when you’re vulnerable, like the death or loss of a close one, you’re professionally & socially ostracised by spreading lies and rumours, through the media, as well as the grapevine, leaving you disoriented and hopeless with a sense of doom.”



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