Actor Raveena Tandon in her recent tweets mentioned about the ‘Mean Girls Gang’ after the uproar over the suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput. Her tweets came when the news of Sushant’s death trended on social media and many related his death due to the pressure mounted by Bollywood on the outsiders. Not alone the superhit actress Raveena Tandon added such tweets but many other actors from Dharmendra to Koena Mitra have shared their side of the glamorous industry. Even Shamita Shetty, Rithvik Dhanjani and others have revealed the dark side of showbiz.
Raveena used the hashtag wounds revisited and expressed her experiences in the brutal industry where the mean girl gand exists in Bollywood. These camps usually make fun of other artists and have the power to remove them from a film . The journo chamcha runs many fake news stories against those artists and leads to destroying their career. Whereas some survive and some couldn’t. In her another tweet she explained that even those from inside the industry are not spared and dirty politics done by some leave a sour taste. She adds, I fought back’.
Raveena Tandon shared a picture with Sushant on her instagram profile with a note: “Who knows that this young energetic fun-loving young man was hiding some intense sorrow deep down in his heart, hiding behind the dancing and the smiles. Wish he had reached out to some of his closest friends, maybe, just maybe would’ve been seeing a different day. I met him only twince in this lifetime , did not know him well, but his sincerity , talent and kind heart was open for all to see.”