After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput lots of Bollywood industry stars started talking about the dark shades of industry. They speak about how the nepotism and groupism ruined their career and how they lost movies to other actors. Director Tigmanshu Dhulia joins the recent list of stars who spoke bravely about groupism and nepotism prevailing in the industry. In a recent interview, he said that there is nothing wrong in having groupism until it does well to industry and it leads to productive work but spoiling the future of talented artists won’t help the industry to grow and that is what happening in Bollywood cinema these days.
He said two strong groups in Bollywood industry have stalled the growth of Bollywood cinema. The art of Indian cinema has faded away and there is a pressure for filmmakers to have a wedding song along with nonsense fights to please the distributors and audience. This is mainly due to groupism because they want their favourite stars to be like this. So independent filmmakers are suffering a lot due to this. Recently AR Rahman has also revealed the existence of groupism.