Rajkumar Rao was fired from the film overnight because of a star kid, told the story of the actor’s pain

Rajkummar Rao is ready for the film ‘Mr. and Mrs. Mahi’ coming under the banner of Karan Johar. The actor recently sat down with Karan and his co-star Janhvi Kapoor for a fun conversation about their film and acting journey. During the conversation, Rajkumar told Karan about losing films to star kids. Speaking about the insider-outsider debate, Karan said, “Sometimes they are using it as a toll to make headlines. Even successful people are saying that I was an outsider and I did not get the job because of being a star kid. Someone was saying that if I did not attend the party, I did not get the role. I don’t know in which party films are offered.

Responding to Karan’s statement, Rajkumar Rao said, when I came to Mumbai, I was told that you will have to attend parties and make contacts. There is no problem in attending a party, but going there and saying that I have come here to make contacts becomes a bit strange. I was cast in a film. Suddenly he was thrown out overnight. It came to light that my role has been given to someone I know who is also a star kid. The only thing that came to my mind was that this is not right. Someone takes advantage of his power because he can control things by making some calls

What did Rajkumar Rao say on nepotism?

In an interview with Ranveer Allahabadia, Rajkumar told how because of a star kid he had lost a film. When the host asked whether he was removed from any film due to nepotism, he admitted this. He also said that he likes to move forward with things. He also shared that it was some kind of karma that the film never got made.

Rajkumar Rao’s upcoming project

Rajkumar will now be seen in Amar Kaushik’s Stree 2. Shraddha Kapoor, Aparshakti Khurana and Pankaj Tripathi will be in lead roles in the film. Currently his Mr. and Mrs. Mahi is going to be released on 31st May.

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