The previous few months have been significantly tough for the movie trade with mud slinging and controversies raging however actor Angad Bedi doesn’t need to delve a lot into it.
“Cricket and cinema are the 2 religions of our nation and even cricket was dangerous mouthed with match fixing and it concerned gamers and it did break the viewers’s coronary heart, the viewers which used to observe for the love of the sport. However it discovered its manner, it bought its conscience again, new gamers got here in and so they introduced in lot of stability. At this time cricket is again on its toes and no person is pointing any fingers anymore,” shares Bedi.
The actor feels what occurred could have been for the higher. Nevertheless, he admits that the negativity and the dangerous narratives did have an effect on him too.
“Generally you need to undergo the grind and win individuals’s confidence once more. I really feel that Akshay Kumar sir’s video stated all of it. In fact, there are some dangerous eggs however that’s the case in every single place. That doesn’t imply that our trade is dangerous. Simply because some persons are behaving not in an excellent method doesn’t imply that everyone ought to undergo. I really feel that you need to take a look at it in that gentle as a result of 99 p.c working laborious and 1 p.c not holding up however that doesn’t imply that you need to maintain that 99 p.c accountable for that,” Bedi factors out.
However the actor believes that similar to all of the laborious occasions that the movie trade has gone by way of, this too shall go.
“I feel we’ll again and we’ll come again in a really robust method as a result of our nation has had hero worship for a lot of, a few years. We’re very emotional individuals. Proper now the viewers feels damage and dejected however I’m certain that our trade will gained their vote of confidence. We’ll churn out superb work. And folks will come again and luxuriate in watching cinema. Generally occasions are robust, tide is excessive, we simply have to attend it out and bounce again,” he concludes.