Vivek Agnihotri Khol Dala will be blown away by reading the full ‘Inside Story’ of Bollywood. :- Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri, who is the director of one of the most successful films of this year, The Kashmir Files, has been making headlines for quite some time now. The director recently hit back at Anurag Kashyap later hoping that The Kashmir Files doesn’t make it to the Oscar nominations from India. Now Vivek Agnihotri has written ‘Inside Story’ of Bollywood.
Vivek Agnihotri on his Twitter urged his followers to read his note on Bollywood. He shared the note and tweeted, “Bollywood. An inside story. Please. Reading.”
The note read, “I have now spent years in Bollywood to understand how it works. What you are seeing is not Bollywood. The real Bollywood is to be found in its dark alleys. Its lower abdomen is so dark that it is impossible for a common man to fathom.
Let’s understand this: In these dark alleys, you can find broken dreams, crushed dreams, buried dreams. If Bollywood is a museum of stories, it is also a graveyard of talents. It’s not about rejection. Anyone who comes here knows that rejection is part of the deal.”
It further read, “It hits so hard that one gives up instead of fighting. Lucky are those who go back home. Those who remain are separated. People who find some success but not real, get involved in drugs, alcohol and all kinds of life-threatening things.
Now they need money. Therefore, they are introduced to all kinds of fun money. Some success is the most dangerous. You are in showbiz without any income and power. You have to look like a star, party like a star, PR like a star but you are not a star.
Take a look at his note here:
Bollywood. An Inside Story. Pl. read. pic.twitter.com/e4WcBvJLLU
— Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) August 21, 2022
He ended his note by writing, “You bury your dreams. Silently. But then you find people dancing on the grave of your dreams. Your failure becomes their celebration. You are a dead man walking. The irony is that no one can see you dead except you. One day, you really die. And then the world looks at you. ,