People from the Indian Film Industry have again and again exposed the double standards of the glamorous world. It is often said that there are just a handful of people who can actually judge the newcomers according to their talent and skills.
Most of them still follow the old school ways of selecting new faces for their films as per their skin tone, looks, features and beauty. The industry has progressed a lot with time but there are still people who believe in that ‘Fair is Beauty’ concept.
Abhay Deol has slammed the elite actors for promoting fairness cream and made many of them apologize for doing the same! It’s Rajkumar Rao this time who took on to this topic on a show with Filmmaker Farah Khan.
They participated together in a show called ‘Tape Cast’ for Film Companion where they had to discuss for a wide range of topics related to the B-Town from nepotism to rumours and double standards of the industry.
One of the questions asked to Rajkumar was how he dealt with the rejections initially because of his skin tone.
To this, the actor said, “ I did not use Fair and Lovely. I was very proud of my skin colour. I am an actor. I am not here to sell my fairness. I used to laugh actually. I found those people so ignorant and regressive. They are still stuck in the era- hero Matlab Gora Chitta 6 foot.”
He went on to reveal another truth that once he was rejected from a film in which he wanted to play the role of a Parsi. Farah intervened and said,