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Agree or Disagree? Not Kangana Ranaut, but Ayushmann Khurrana Rightly Represents Outsiders in Bollywood!

Thalaivi actor Kangana Ranaut was among the first few people in Bollywood, who called out the practice of nepotism, groupism and favouritism in this industry. This debate of insiders vs. outsiders started just after she called film director Karan Johar as "the flag-bearer of nepotism" as well as termed him as "movie mafia" in a segment of his talkshow Koffee With Karan. This led to series of events which instigated a blame game in Bollywood. However Ranaut has now reached to an extent in this chaos. She blatantly blames and judges people (including her fellow outsiders) over everything and tries to drag them into the mud. In her views, she is here for the outsiders and is fighting this fight for them. Though Kangana might be right in her own way, still in my opinion she isn't the correct representative of outsiders in this industry. If one has give this title to an actor, then that should be Ayushmann Khurrana. He has paved his way into the industry after facing many ups and downs. He debuted in 2012 with Vicky Donor, but it were his 2018 films Andhadhun and Badhaai Ho that escalated the process of his success here. Producers suddenly turned their heads towards this new blue eyed boy of Bollywood. Ayushmann has managed to remain down to earth during his professional growth and that's what make him worthy of being a representative of the actors who do not belong to these big Btown families. He separates his personal and professional life and doesn't meddle in someone's business. Also, once he was rejected by Dharma productions as he wasn't an insider. It seems that he has well cemented that rejection in his mind and till now hasn't worked under Dharma Productions. What are your views on this?

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