It has been more than a month now since we lost a young talented actor/star material Sushant Singh Rajput. By passing of each day the voices demanding a CBI inquiry is becoming louder and stronger and not without reasons. Soon after the sad incident, likes of Shekhar Kapoor, Sekhar Suman and many famous film directors, actors and others have expressed their grief and serious doubts on the incident. Two days ago Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty had pleaded to our HM, Amit Shah and requested through tweet, for a CBI inquiry, to get to the truth. There are obvious fears that if the investigation is left to the Mumbai police, it will meet the same fate as that of the Palghar Sadhu lynching case! Off lately, the blabbermouth Kangana Ranaut has un-apologetically named two big production houses, many directors, producers,stars, film critic/journalist and star families in her interview to Arnab Goswami on Republic News channel to be broadcast on 18/07/2020. But when the respected Subrahmanian Swamy and no-nonsense Ishkaran Bhandari jump in, the demand gathers real steam.

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This kind of high handedness, subjugation, nepotism etc. is not unheard of in here but is a known fact, but never was seriously investigated or fought against and they became sort of invincible in the industry. But slowly things are changing and people are openly speaking about and challenging them. Let’s hope that this time law and society takes the bull by the horns. I came across an analysis in the social media on this, let me share here:

Every powerful bollywood superstar forms a lobby with his friends. They only work with each other and never with anyone who doesn’t belong to their own group. It is not talent that helps you get into these groups. Thousands of talented come to Mumbai every year from across the world for work.

These gangs have a typical modus operandi. They force you to commit an act which may be considered as a crime. The crime can be anything ranging from substance abuse, prostitution or money laundering. You do it as part of a group but then your “masters” take over your life once you do it. They keep a record and keep reminding of “you what you did”.  This blackmail prevents you from leaving the gang. Once you get inside these gangs, they don’t let you out.

1. The ‘C’ Gang: These groups are led by prominent directors. You need to be a chain smoker of weed and occasionally do contraband narcotics. Your main job (other than your day job) will be to ensure a constant supply of weed and narcotics to your ‘masters’. One of the most famous faces of this group is a commercially flop anti-national director who is always rolling and smoking up. These gangs also force you to take banned narcotic substances like white powder during parties or informal get-togethers. Once you get inside this gang, it will destroy you. There’s no coming back. You will most probably end up being severely depressed and a substance abuser for life.

2. The ‘D’ Gang: This gang is one of the oldest and it is a remnant of nineties Bollywood when it was dominated by the Dawood Ibrahim gang. Now-a-days, this gang is popularly known as DK Gang (Dubai-Karachi Gang) because of their loyalty to Pakistani entertainers. During the 1990s, these people used to get their funds from the underworld. Now-a-days, This gang specialises in pimping Pakistani actors, singers etc in Bollywood. Not only in Bollywood, they work as agents of Pakistani artistes for world tours, award shows etc. They are the ones who maintain contacts with hard-core and pile on pressures on superstars to sign particular films. Some of the senior-most producers are part of this gang.

3. The ‘O’ gang: This group usually organises an orgy party every fortnight and you will have to actively take part in it. Usually you have to be sexually fluid and a pan-sexual (who can engage in sexual activity with persons of all sexual orientations) to take part in these parties. The more actively you take part in the actions inside the parties, the more favour you will curry with your masters.

4.  The white collar gang: These groups use black money from businessmen and use them in films and turn them into white money. To qualify for this group, you need to be a trusted personality who will never divulge information. You also need to come up with new ways to launder money for businessmen.

5. The exploiters gang: This is the smallest but the most dangerous. This group works for the four groups above and usually involves lesser known filmmakers and directors. After spotting a talent, they employ them just for exploitation. You are never paid any money, you are overworked and you are constantly mocked at for various reasons. Only those people, who are very desperate to survive in Bollywood, will be able to survive through this gang. Then they recommend you to the higher-up groups.

6. The Nepotism gang: There is another gang called the Nepotism gang which involves members of all the above gangs. They ensure that children of filmy families are well-looked after in the industry. But thanks to Sushant Singh Rajput’s sad death, many know about them now.

7. Prostitution Gang: This gang specialises in supplying men and women to orgy parties or to influential clients. If you are a well-known actress or an actor, your price goes up several notches in the black market of prostitution. You never get a share of the money they pay to sleep with you because the group tells you that it is all part of the “struggle”. This is the oldest gang in Bollywood that has been operating for the last 60 years or so. Most of these actors turn into full-time sex workers after they fail in their careers.

8. The Gay Gang: You have to be gay to be part of the gang. This is a sub-set of the prostitution gang. The problem is: Many straight people are coerced to be a part of this group. This forces many people in severe depression. Many top producers, film critics, bosses of film and trade magazines are members of this exclusive group.

9. The Kitty party gang: This gang primarily consists of mothers and wives of famous actors and producers. They organise these kitty parties at their place and decide the future of many star-kids. Many upcoming actors are found serving food in such parties. This gang controls most of the most of Bollywood A-listers and is a cradleof nepotism.

10. The Urban Naxal Gang: This is the most secret and most dangerous of them all. They are usually communists or anti-Hindutva to the heart. To qualify for this group, you need to have strong anti-national feelings against your own country. You have to actively participate in all discussions where you need to say bad things about Bharat. Remember, you have to do this all the time and on demand. Your masters need to be sure that you are against the very concept of Bharat before you are recruited.

Most of them are actively involved in crime against the nation and subtly promote propaganda that Naxalism in the country. They also contribute money secretly to banned Naxal outfits like CP(I)ML. The gang has many prominent actors and directors as part of their group. Some of the members of this gang are prominent social media influencers. This gang is closely connected to the Left politicians in India. Bollywood is one of the most unprofessional and sinister places to work for an outsider, specially those who come from small towns of India.

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