Ranvir Shorey hits out at Bhatts: I had a huge fallout with them and was isolated and ostracised professionally
Ranvir Shorey is gearing up for the release of his upcoming movie ‘Lootcase’. In an interview with Republic TV, Ranvir recalled his condition that has similarities with Sushant Singh Rajput case and also his fallout with the Bhatts.
Ranvir Shorey said, “We didn’t have facts when the news had come, but then the facts emerged that somebody close to him had passed away, that he was isolated and ostracised professionally. When it happens, your social life automatically suffers, because half of them want to be in the good books of the bigger powers, so will turn on you. As more facts came out, it sent down a chill down my spine because I had gone through the exact same thing between 2003-05, when I had a fallout with some of the ‘Bollywood gang’, as they call them.”
When asked more about it, he said, “I had a huge fallout with the Bhatts and what followed, the facts are similar to that that are coming out with Sushant’s death. He added, “It’s got to do with your state of mind, how vulnerable you are.. Like Sushant had somebody close to him pass away and in my case, it was my mother who passed away. You feel weak and emotionally vulnerable and this is coupled with professional ostracisation where you’re clueless on what your next job is going to be, and people are talking about you, which is lies. It is very easy for big people and who have such stature to turn people around you, to pass on information about you.”
He further said, “It was just blunt lies. I was just a VJ who was trying to make it in films, so people were not going to listen to you and they’re going to print what these guys say and that’s what used to happen with me, day in and day out. The press is still handleable but when you are not sure of the people, that sort of disorients you.”
Ranvir also said that ‘detailed and meticulous investigation’ is needed as he thinks ‘these people are very crafty and highly intelligent’.