Today, the industry has no voice: Suniel Shetty and Sanjay Dutt on absence of ‘oneness’ in Bollywood

Suneil Shetty and Sanjay Dutt have been the biggest action stars of 90’s and as the duo recently came together to shoot for the first episode of Food Survival, the upcoming show. The actors, further went on to share about the lost ‘oneness’ of the industry and said that now no one wants to stand for each other in Bollywood.

Suneil said, "Today, the industry has no voice. No one stands up to the nonsense or when there are fingers pointed at us. The bond, that oneness is missing, that voice hasn’t remained. Everything’s become weak as there is no one to defend one another. But I must add that it’s coming back now. After what we went through, with all the hashtags and boycott calls, I think now it’s time that everyone stands up for one another."

Sanjay further added, "The first time I went to jail, if you see the photographs outside Thane jail – Anna (Suniel Shetty), Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Shah Rukh Khan, everybody came and wished me well. I had no respite from serving jail time, so why overthink it? I had to make up my mind that yes I had to go. I have to face it.”

Talking about the friendship with Sanjay, Suniel said,“We form a deadly combination and it was so much fun to shoot with him. He brought along his sense of humour and that lazy swag. Both of us are also Leos and love nature. I think it was a magical time.”


Source: India Today