Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’ suicide has opened up a book of debates in the Indian film industry. The debate of ‘insiders vs outsiders’ ignited since then like never before. Netizens are trolling the star kids and those belonging to the film basis almost every day on social media. Recently, Bollywood actress Mahima Chaudhry opened up on her journey as an outsider. ‘Lajja’ and ‘Pardesh’ fame actress Mahima Chaudhry narrated an incident where she was bullied by filmmaker Subhash Ghai who launched her with ‘Pardes’ in 1997.
Mahima Chaudhry revealed that she was even taken to the court by Subhas Ghai and how she was not allowed to take work without his permission. Pardes actress further mentioned that only stars who stood by her were Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt, filmmakers David Dhawan and Rajkumar Santoshi.
Mahima Chaudhary said, “I was bullied by film maker Subhash Ghai. He took me to the court and wanted me to cancel my first show. Subhash sent a message to all the producers that nobody should work with me! If you pick up one of issues of Trade Guide magazine in 1998 or 1999, there was an ad that he had given which stated that if anybody wanted to work with me, that filmmaker would have to contact him. Otherwise, it would be the breach of contract. However, there was no such contract which said that I had to seek Subhash Ghai’ permission.”