Bollywood Gives Chances To Actors Who "can't speak Hindi", Says Luv Sinha
According to sources, the actor-politician expressed his opinions on how Bollywood continues to select unqualified individuals for important projects.
MUMBAI: The Hindi cinema industry, in the opinion of Luv Sinha, gives too many opportunities to performers "who are as plastic as the operations they have." Luv Sinha is the son of the renowned actor Shatrughan Sinha. The actor-politician expressed his opinions on how Bollywood continues to select unqualified individuals for important projects. Luv, who made his acting debut in 2010 with Sadiyaan, is also starring in Gadar 2, the prequel directed by Anil Sharma.
"I'm not too sure about our other film industries but the Hindi Film Industry gives opportunities to some actors who are as plastic as the surgeries they get. They can't speak Hindi, can't act but will continue to get work in big projects helmed by talented filmmakers," a tweet read by Luv Sinha. The actor seemed to imply that Bollywood filmmakers are choosing actors who are less deserving of their achievement without specifically identifying anyone.
"I really hope In 2023 there is a chance for newcomers like us who are well versed with language and talent to get to feature in Hindi Cinema." Another fan alluded to his father Shatrughan's success in cinema and said, "It does take effort beta, see your Dad. How he was introduced by Dev Anand Saahab, then played roles with grey shades and finally, You saw Kaalicharan.. WoW.. He was so fearlessly dashing. (heart eyes emoji) @ShatruganSinha.", One fan responded to his tweet by writing back.
Luv appeared in JP Dutta's military drama Paltan after making his acting debut in Raj Kanwar's Sadiyaan alongside Feryna Wazheir, Rishi Kapoor, Hema Malini, and Rekha (2018). He portrayed Second Lieutenant Attar Singh in the 1962 Sino-Indian War action movie. Jackie Shroff, Arjun Rampal, Sonu Sood, and Harshvardhan Rane were among the other stars in the multi-star movie.
The next year, in 2023, he will appear in Gadar 2, opposite Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel. In the Bihar Legislative Assembly election in 2020, Luv ran as a candidate for the Congress Party but ultimately fell short of Nitin Nabin of the BJP.