[EXCLUSIVE] Divya Dutta on R Balki’s ‘higher actor’ comment& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
R Balki’s comment on nepotism has left the trade and social media divided. People have expressed their very own opinions on his assertion which was: “Find me a better actor than Alia (Bhatt) or Ranbir (Kapoor), and we’ll argue”. Avinash Tiwary was one of many first celebrities to hit again on the celebrated filmmaker, who has helmed movies like Amitabh Bachchan’s Paa and Akshay Kumar’s PadMan. After Avinash, it was Maanvi Gagroo who took a dig on the director. However, director Anubhav Sinha got here out in help of R Balki.
And now, Bollywood actress Divya Dutta has, in a approach, backed R Balki and his assertion because the actress herself believes that there are gifted folks within the Hindi movie trade. This is what the actress informed Zoom Digital in an unique interplay.
She additional talked about, “I don’t think he meant it in a way like it is being taken because there are talented people in the industry and I don’t deny that at all. He is just saying that the other side of nepotism is right.”
Divya went on to share her ideas on nepotism and in addition make clear Richa Chadha’s weblog. “I do not imagine on the planet nepotism, I imagine on the planet favourtism. Today, I used to be studying Richa Chadha’s weblog and she or he has very rightly mentioned that kuch outsiders aake aapko zyada tang karte hai, as an alternative of those folks. It completely is dependent upon you, whether or not you’re delicate or not,” she mentioned.
Talking about what the filmmaker meant to imply by making that comment, she added, “There are lovely people out there in the industry and there might not be people from the industry, and yet not be nice. So, it completely depends on person to person. So, let’s not treat anyone as an insider or an outsider, let’s weigh them on talent. Don’t segregate them. It takes time to prove yourself. Times have changed now. And undeniably, we have supremely talented people inside the industry and outside. All I am saying is everyone needs to have a fair eye, to keep them on an equal pedestal. That’s what Balki is also saying, there is nothing wrong in it.”
On being requested if the director has been misquoted, the actress ended the dialog by saying, “No, he is not misquoted. He is saying there is another side to it. It is not cleared enough.”