Jaya Bachchan controversy: Actors and cricketers are nothing less than demigods, wielding immense influence over the masses. On one hand, India is blessed to have silver screen icons, who portray and carry our distinctive cultural heritage to a global platform while delivering powerhouse performances that resonate with audiences across the globe.
And on the other hand, we have the cricketers like our all-other athletes, who pour their heart and soul into their craft, sweating and toiling to uphold the Indian flag with pride, wherever they go, representing the very essence of the Bharat that beats in our hearts.
That’s the very reason it’s commonly said that the realms of cinema and cricket hold synonymous impact, akin to the power of religion. And with their soft power, they have history of shaping and moulding generation. So, unlike others I see nothing amiss in celebration of their success.
However, the problem lies in the aftermath of their success, when these celebrities ascend the stairs of fame through the accolades and admiration of the public, only to set those very stairs ablaze, forgetting the larger-than-life aura they keep setting through their medium to masses.
Sadly, amidst the twinkles and glimmer of stardom, these celebrities often lose sight of their roots, a most wretched trait.
Dear Jaya Bachchan everything comes with a cost
In this materialistic world everything come with a cost. And being a celebrity gives you no special power to out shun the very existential laws of life. I do understand that for any celebrity privacy is constantly under scrutiny in public places and they are always being watched by fans. But these rent less attention and love from the ground must be an overwhelming experience rather than something to grunt on. Because, at the end of the day, it is recognition that these celebrities strive for and their all-struggle stories are filled with sob for being unrecognised in their initial days.
Jaya Bachchan once a beloved lady from Hindi film fraternity who captured the hearts of audiences in the 1970s and starred in several blockbusters is always in the headlines of every media portal covering stories around India. Her aggressive outbursts towards the media and fans have become talk of the town and is grabbing major media attention.
Jaya Bachchan has been noted several times for reacting angrily and rudely at public events. And her displeasure at being photographed in public places is more famous than her previous works in Hindi cinema. People have often commented on her lack of smiles when in public, and have compared her to other actors of her generation, such as Asha Parekh, Sharmila Tagore, and Tanuja, who are seen carrying themselves with grace.
The actress Jaya Bachchan has recently found herself in the midst of controversy as two of her videos have gone viral, eliciting a wave of criticism from the netizens.
Reminded of the occasion when Jaya Bachchan commented harshly on Nehru clan. UPA was in power. Amitabh Bachchan rushed to apologise and issued a hand-wringing statement that ended with “वो राजा हैं, हम रंक हैं।” (They are rulers, we are commoners.) pic.twitter.com/4PTgffVC5I
In conclusion, it is imperative that the actress confronts the reality of her situation and kick out the intoxication that seems to have taken hold of her life and try to grow up to the larger-than-life image that she once portrayed and propelled through silver screens.
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