Accept It & Move On: Radhika Madan Opens Up On Nepotism, Here's What She Said
Sushant Singh Rajput's sudden demise reignited the nepotism debate with some industry insiders claiming that he became a victim of nepotism. Since then, many celebs have voiced their opinions on nepotism. The latest one to join the bandwagon is Angrezi Medium star Radhika Madan. She stated that the most an outsider can do is to just ask for the audition.
In a recent interview, she said, "Your job is to just ask for the audition, that is it. I literally went to the producers and asked them to let me audition. And that’s how I got roles, that’s how I got Pataakha, that’s how I got Angrezi. I literally went and said, ‘Can I audition?’ That is the most outsiders can do. You need to stop cribbing and start working on yourself."
Radhika further said that instead of cribbing you should work on yourself. She added, "There’s a situation, accept it and move on. Will it change? I don’t know. In the meantime though, can we just utilize this time by not complaining and working on ourselves. The issues have been put out, yes. I’m not denying it, let’s not run away from it. I’m not saying to not address the issue, it has been addressed. Everybody is aware, All I’m saying is to not put all your energies into it, but rather, work on yourself."
The actress narrated the time she was rejected from a Dharma film. Radhika said, "I did audition for Dharma. I gave them the worst audition of myself because I was so scared. I auditioned for Student of the Year, but I had got a fever and performed and I gave the worst audition of my life. So, I won’t blame a Dharma for not casting me. It was my call, I got an opportunity, but I didn’t perform and tagged myself out."
Radhika was last seen in Angrezi Medium with Irrfan Khan.
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