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Ranvir Shorey On His Fallout With The Bhatts | I Don’t Think They Are That Powerful


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Last
year,
amid
the
nepotism
debate
post
Bollywood
actor
Sushant
Singh
Rajput’s
demise,
Ranvir
Shorey
grabbed
several
eyeballs
when
he
claimed
that
he
was
‘professionally
and
socially
isolated’ after
his
fallout
with
the
Bhatts.

The

Traffic
Signal

actor
further
alleged
that
they
had
spread
false
rumours
about
him
being
an
alcoholic
and
abuser.
While
speaking
with
Hindustan
Times,
he
had
revealed
that
things
became
so
toxic
for
him
that
he
even
had
to
leave
the
country
for
a
while.

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In
a
recent
interview
with
Rediff,
Ranvir
once
again
opened
up
about
his
spat
with
the
Bhatts
and
said
that
he
didn’t
choose
to
make
‘enemies
out
of
them.’

When
asked
if
it
was
tougher
for
him
to
get
good
and
meaningful
work
in
Bollywood
post
the
controversy,
the
actor
told
the
entertainment
portal,
“Firstly,
I
don’t
think
they
are
that
powerful.
Secondly,
it’s
not
like
I
made
a
choice
to
make
enemies
out
of
them.
It
was
they
who
did
that
to
protect
their
child.
They
started
lying
about
me
in
public.”

He
further
added,
“It
becomes
hard
because
you
don’t
get
as
many
good
opportunities.
You
have
to
make
do
with
smaller
opportunities.
If
there
is
adversity,
you
have
to
find
a
way
to
work
around
it.
So
even
if
it
did
affect
the
work
coming
my
way,
like
they
say,
when
God
shuts
one
door,
he
opens
another.
Nature
always
helps
you
find
a
balance.
So
nature’s
balance
was
that
I
got
lot
of
opportunities
in
independent
films.I
had
my
own
fate.
They
can
try
to
put
you
down
but
they
can’t
take
away
your
destiny.”

The
actor
further
said
that
he
feels
his
contribution
to
cinema
is
overlooked
when
it
comes
to
awards.

“Most
of
the
awards
in
this
country
are
kind
of
compromised.
They
don’t
work
on
merit.
They
work
on
networks.
Initially,
it
used
to
hurt
a
little
bit,
but
now
I
am
used
to
it.
I
don’t
think
too
much
about
them.
I
don’t
know
how
much
of
a
contribution
to
cinema
I
am
making.
I
don’t
see
myself
being
so
important
to
the
scheme
of
things,
but
I
definitely
feel
that
there
have
been
years
when
I
feel
the
work
that
I
had
done
was
far
more
noticed,
far
more
appreciated
than
the
people
who
got
their
awards.
And
it
is
very
easy
to
see
why
those
people
got
awards
because
their
relationships
the
people
behind
the
awards
are
very
clear,”
Rediff
quoted
the

Ek
Tha
Tiger

actor
as
saying.

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To
Be
My
Shrink

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READ:
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Feels
Marijuana
Should
Be
Legalized;
‘These
Laws
Are
Old,
We
Have
A
Colonial
Hangover’



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