Youngest Mr India Laksh Dedha opens up about being replaced by star kids in film projects

It is very difficult to get a role in Bollywood movies when many are already there. Only a few get the chance to work with famous stars and take the lead with them in movies. Now youngest Mr. India Laksh Dedha, who is making his debut in Bollywood, opened up about how he was replaced from films due to preference given to star kids by filmmakers.

Laksh Dedha mentions an incident where he was replaced in a project. The model turned actor says, “I was looking forward for a role in an ambitious project of a filmmaker. I worked day and night for it and it could have been my big ticket to Bollywood. I prepared for the role, auditioned for it and got selected, yet at the last minute before I signed on the dotted line, I was informed that I was no longer considered for the role as the filmmakers roped in a star kid.”

Time and again, many actors and directors from non-film background have spoken about Bollywood’s bias towards artists belonging to stars’ families and Laksh Dedha says this dynasty system needs to be uprooted from the industry.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Laksh will next be seen in ‘Hindutva’. Filmmaker and writer Karan Razdan’s film Hindutva is complete and will release soon.

 

Youngest Mr. India Laksh Dedha opens up about being replaced by star kids in film projects

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