After Sushant’s Death, Raveena Tandon Opens Up About ‘Camps’ In Bollywood

Mumbai: After young and promising actor Sushant Singh Rajput hanged himself to death, the lesser-known ugly side of Bollywood industry has come into the limelight.

Several prominent celebrities have taken to social media to unravel the existence of hypocrisy and nepotism in the industry.

In a bid to expose the ugly side of the industry, actress Raveena Tandon took to her social media handle and stated that camps and ‘mean girls gang’ do exist in Bollywood.

Recollecting her personal experience in the industry, the actress shared that she too was dropped from several films by actors and their girlfriends. She too had a hard time dealing with fake media reports meant for tarnishing her image.

“‘Mean girl’ gang of the industry. Camps do exist. Made fun of, bn removed from films by Heroes, their girlfriends, Journo chamchas & their career-destroying fake media stories. Sometimes careers are destroyed. U struggle to keep afloat. fight back. Some survive Some Don’t. #oldwoundsrevisited (sic),” she tweeted.

She further wrote, “When you speak the truth, you are branded a liar, Mad, psychotic. Chamcha journos write pages & pages destroying all the hard work that you might have done. Even though born in the industry, grateful for all it has given me, but dirty politics played by some can leave a sour taste (sic).”

Raveena concluded by saying that some are able to steer clear through the hardships and move ahead, while others become victims of the gangs.

Here’s what Raveena tweeted:

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