Adhyayan Suman reveals his 14 films were shelved due to groupism in B-town

The actor Adhyayan Suman has said that groupism is the bigger problem in Bollywood which shelved his 14 films in the industry!

The debate of nepotism refuses to die down this time. Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide has left the people raging against the camps in Bollywood. However, according to the actor Adhyayan Suman, groupism is the bigger problem in the industry.

In a recent conversation with Bollywood Bubble, he said, “Power dynamics and groupism are there in the industry since years. It happened with me too. My 14 films were shelved and the box-office collection of my films were projected wrongly. People haven’t paid attention to this earlier. It’s very unfortunate that we required a Sushant Singh Rajput to commit suicide for people to realise.”

He even urged people who are blindly talking about nepotism to fight against groupism. “People who are blindly fighting or talking about nepotism, I would like to say ‘Don’t fight on nepotism but fight for groupism, camps that exist in the industry and the production houses that don’t allow talented actors in the industry’,” he added.

He is the son of the host and actor Shekhar Suman, who has been demandind a  Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry in Sushant’s death. He had recently travelled to Patna to meet the late actor’s family.

While the Mumbai police is still investigating the case, not much has happened apart from registering the statements of the celebs.

Talking about Sushant Singh Rajput, he had died by suicide on June 14 at his residence in Bandra. According to the reports, he was suffering from depression for the past few months. People have been accusing the B-town celebs since then for not welcoming the outsiders in the industry.

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