I Will Fight! Dabangg Director Abhinav Kashyap Accuses Salman & Family Of Sabotaging His Career

I Will Fight! Dabangg Director Abhinav Kashyap Accuses Salman & Family Of Sabotaging His Career

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By Anuradha on 17 Jun 2020
Digital Editor

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death has raised many questions. While industry outsiders are blaming Bollywood's elite club of hypocrisy, Dabangg director Abhinav Kashyap has come out and written a letter in which he revealed that Salman Khan and his family tried to sabotage his career. He stated that they went to great lengths to kick him out of various projects.


He wrote, "The suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput brings to the forefront a much bigger problem of what many of us have been dealing with. Exactly what might compel a person to commit suicide?? I fear his death is just the tip of the iceberg just like the #metoo movement was for a much bigger malaise in Bollywood. The death of Sushant Singh Rajput brings under scanner the role YRF talent Management Agency might have played in pushing him towards his suicide but that is for the authorities to investigate."

He further added, "The reason I moved out of making Dabangg 2 ten years ago is that Arbaaz Khan in collusion with Sohail Khan and family was trying to take control of my career by bullying me. Arbaaz Khan sabotaged my second project with Shree Ashtavinayak Films that I was signed up with by personally calling their head Mr. Raj Mehta and threatening him with dire consequences if they made a film with me."

Abhinav added, "Mr. Salman Khan and family sabotaged the release of the film and got their PROs to run a sustained negative smear campaign against me and my film BESHARAM before release. This scared the distributors from buying my film. Reliance Entertainment and I were capable and courageous enough to release the film ourselves but the battle had just begun. My enemies, which there were many ran a sustained negative Trolling and badmouthing campaign against the film till the Box Office of my film collapsed. But to their horror, Besharam had still netted 58 crores before it went out of theaters."

He concluded saying, "I refuse to cow down and will fight on till I see the end of either them or me. Enough tolerance. It's time to fight back. So this is not a threat, it’s an open challenge. Sushant Singh Rajput has moved on and I hope he is happier wherever he is but I will make sure that no more innocent will kill himself over lack of work with dignity in Bollywood. I hope suffering actors and creative artists will share my post on various social media platforms as will the media and people who patronize the entertainment industry."

Earlier, Kangana Ranaut also stated that nepotism was the reason Sushant was in depression.

The actor died but left behind many unsolved questions.

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