Hema Malini called Bollywood ‘unbearable’ The Express Tribune
Bollywood veteran Hema Malini has spoken out against the negativity that the Indian film industry has received through the Indian media, especially through two channels. Reacting to the lawsuit filed by 38 Bollywood bodies against the channels, Malini has commented that in his 40-year career, no one has abused him nor abused anyone else, reported Hindustan Times.
“Insults were happening too much. I’m not saying we’re all doodh ka dhula hua (complete). But to label all of us as drug and evil, was shameful and unbearable. I am a part of Bollywood for forty years. I have never misbehaved and no one abused me, ”she said.
The 34 studios challenging the news include Aamir Khan Productions, Ajay Devgan Films, Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment, Zoya Akhtar’s Tiger Baby Digital, Salman Khan Films, Yash Raj Films, Vinod Chopra Films, Vishal Bhardwaj Pictures, Rohit Shetty Pictures. , Rai Kapoor Films, Dharma Productions and others.
The nominees in the lawsuit are Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and journalist Pradeep Bhandari, Times Now editor-in-chief Rahul Shivshankar and group editor Navika Kumar.
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