“All you need is to be seen at Karan Johar’s parties” to make a comeback
Suchitra Krishnamoorthi with her daughter Kaveri: Twitter photo
While sharing her views on the drug abuse in Bollywood, Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, actor & singer said to India Today that she was told by a KWAN representative that all she needed to make a comeback into films was to show up in the parties organised by filmmaker Karan Johar.
Krishnamoorthi said, “as I was talking to the book agent, this lady who also handles acting, she said that Ma’am why aren’t you acting and so I said my daughter is too small, we will see. She said no ma’am it’s easy and you just have to do a few things to come back into the limelight because you are too silent. One of the main things is that you need to be seen at Karan Johar’s parties."
The actress revealed that the suggestion came as a surprise to her and showed concern for the youngsters who want to make a career in the film industry.
She also added that the “women” whose names are coming up in the investigation are soft targets and that there must be some “men” behind them.
About the Bollywood big names on the alleged importance of drugs in the industry, Krishnamoorthi said, “Bollywood is largely silent on most things except when it becomes a I-scratch-your-back-and-you-scratch-mine-scenario” and that “even a social conscience which you see very often is agenda driven."
The investigation behind the reason for Sushant Singh Rajput's death has unearthed a lot of unexpected aspects of Bollywood. Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) probe on the alleged drug cartel in the Indian film industry has exposed many big names of Bollywood. On Wednesday, KWAN Agency received a summons from the NCB for CEO Jaya Saha and Dhruv Chitgopekar.
In her interrogation by NCB, Saha revealed the links of Deepika Padukone. KWAN's employee Karishma Prakash also received a summons from NCB for the interrogation about the chats with Deepika Padukone.
On Thursday, NCB issued summons to Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, and Deepika Padukone with two others.
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