Inder Kumar's wife accuses Shah Rukh Khan & Karan Johar of ignoring late actor; Calls for ban on nepotism
Late actor Inder Kumar's wife Pallavi has made some serious allegations against Karan Johar and Shah Rukh Khan. She has alleged that her husband was also a victim of nepotism.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise has left the entire entertainment industry grief-stricken and in deep shock. However, his tragic death has also given rise to multiple debates and controversies on social media most of which are related to the prevalence of nepotism in Bollywood. While many industry artists have addressed the issue, late actor Inder Kumar’s wife Pallavi has opened up about it and has alleged that her husband was also a victim of nepotism. She revealed how her husband was ignore by industry big-wigs back in the '90s.
Pallavi has shared a long note on social media in which she reveals that her husband Inder had also started on his own like Sushant Singh Rajput. She then states that the actor wanted to do big movies and that he had approached Karan Johar for the same. However, as per her allegations, they were made to wait for almost two hours outside the filmmaker’s van post which his manager informed them that he was busy. However, he did come out later on and asked Inder to keep in touch.
"Just like Sushant Singh Rajput my husband late actor Inder Kumar achieved his fame on his own. He was at his peak in 90s. Before he passed away I still remember he went to 2 people big shots asking for work as help. Just for the record he was already doing small projects. But he wanted to do big movies just like he started (sic)," the beginning of the note read.
Pallavi then alleges that the filmmaker blocked Inder later on stating that there was no work. She further says that Shah Rukh Khan did exactly the same to her late husband and assured him to make a call in a week. However, she alleges that his manager also did the same as Karan Johar’s manager and blocked the actor. The late actor’s wife calls for a ban on nepotism and says that people are dying because big shots do not understand the effects.