Chetan Bhagat on his interplay with Karan Johar and why Kangana Ranaut is much ‘more bold’ than he’s&
Noted writer Chetan Bhagat has opined that Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who has been on a campaign to hunt justice for late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, is much ‘bolder’ than the celebrated author and columnist. Arguably probably the most common authors within the leisure trade, Chetan’s novels have at all times discovered a solution to get tailored into Bollywood motion pictures.
In an interview, the celebrated writer opened up about his expertise in Bollywood and in addition recalled the fond recollections he created with late actor Sushant. The Dil Bechara star was solely 34 when he died by suicide at his Bandra residence. Sushant had famouly made his Bollywood debut with the film Kai Po Che!, a 2013 buddy-drama which was based mostly on Chetan’s third best-selling novel The 3 Mistakes of My Life.
Speaking completely to Times Now, Chetan shared his ideas concerning the ongoing nepotism debate in Bollywood and whether or not if ‘outsiders’ can stay related within the Indian movie trade with out being a part of a camp or group. Chetan was quizzed to take the names of Bollywood bigwigs as Kangana did however the famous writer efficiently dodged the query and acknowledged that it will likely be fallacious to label everybody within the ‘unhealthy’ class.
The Half Girlfriend writer asserted that Kangana is “bolder” than him in relation to slamming B-Town bigwigs. “Kangana Ranaut is much ‘more bold’ than I’m. Mein appne aap ko daring class mein maanta hun lekin Kangana to hum sab se zyada daring hai. Wo bohot daring hai, mein utna daring nahi hun (I rely myself within the daring class however Kangna is much ‘bolder’ than I’m. I’m not that daring),” Chetan was quoted as saying.
Sushant’s premature demise has reopened discussions concerning the battle of survival in Bollywood. The late actor left for his heavenly abode on June 14. Chetan additionally credited Sushant and Bollywood director Abhishek Kapoor for resurrecting his profession in Bollywood.