Kollywood Controversy: Superstar Bhuwan K.C harassed me, says Actress Samragyee RL Shah
By Dikshya Tiwari, KATHMANDU: After the death of Bollywood star, Sushant Singh Rajput nepotism issues are raising in Nepal Film Industries too for a week.
Nepali Actor Paul Shah openly stated that he was dissatisfied with Kollywood as few directors/producers didn’t pay per his hard work and made multiple excuses.
Meanwhile, on Friday Actress Samragyee Rajya Laxmi published a video on her Instagram expressing about how film directors and producers harassed her during a film shoot.”It’s been five past years that I been in this industry and I have done 8 movies to date. There were situations and places that I saw which was too much for me to handle”, as posted on her Instagram video.”I have worked with 8 different people there were like three good people and I got good opportunities but there was also a time where management was not good as they promised. We didn’t get proper food on time and not even water to drink” she added.
She didn’t mention any specific names on her Instagram but during her different interviews, she repeatedly accused of tolerating misbehave during the “Dreams” movie shooting.
Actor/Producer Bhuwan K.C didn’t react to her statement at all in the past. But for the first time on Sunday, he posted a status on Facebook ” The actor who is crying on social media for not getting food and water which movie’s fame is she using now? Put a hole on the same plate you eat. Acting skills shown on social media could be effective if used in a movie.
In reply to his post again on Monday Samragyee released another video on her Instagram without stating any particular name.“If he had behaved in a good manner then this day wouldn’t have come. I felt so disgusted by his act internally but had to deal him with a smile” by Samragyee on her video.
She also said that Bhuwan K.C was not the first one to harass her. Some many big directors and producers take advantage of newcomers. Many known actors have gone through this nasty phase but are quite fearing to lose their careers.