Sushant Singh Rajput's demise has triggered an open debate of nepotism, camp-ism and mental health on social media. Fans of Sushant Singh Rajput claim that certain Bollywood bigshots drove the actor to his last step, suicide. They have called it murder and want the authorities to investigate the death of the actor. They have threatened to Boycott Bollywood completely until justice is served to Sushant. Recently, veteran actor Dalip Tahil opened up on the same.
In an interview with Times Now, Dalip Tahil opened up saying that boycotting Bollywood won't work and that Sushant Singh Rajput couldn't have been jobless wholly. He said that there may be some producers and directors who would refuse to work with someone but in the end it all comes on the bankability of the actor. Dalip Tahil considers Sushant was a bankable actor.
"There is no way that a boycott on someone like Sushant Singh Rajput would ever survive because he was a bankable actor. That is the biggest mantra in the film industry. You might boycott someone like that once, two-three people might say ‘I am not going to work with them for other reasons’, but there's no way he'd be out of a job. I'm telling you the struggle in this industry is to be bankable, is for producers to say ‘yaar iske sath picture bikti hai’. The biggest success barometer is that when you begin to become a saleable, bankable actor. So all this business about boycotting… there may have been certain differences with certain producers, contracts go haywire, things go upside down there are a lot of intangibles in the film industry I'm not saying that. There is a lot of everything in the film industry, but it is like a microcosm of the world we live in," he told the portal.
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