Do realistic actors get recognition in the Indian Film Industry?

Do realistic actors get recognition in the Indian Film Industry?
Do realistic actors get recognition in the Indian Film Industry?

August 08

By Anirbaan Hritiq

“The show must go on all over the place or something”

By: Cory Monteith

Actors who have made the audience laugh, cry, giggle, think, fearful, and sometimes extremely shocked with their magical acting skills don’t get deserved respect. Actors with real calibre are extremely rare and now are only a fistful. Do they only deserve good wishes & goodbyes on social media platforms or real-life support?

The drowning boat of Indian actors especially from Bollywood highly demands more talented and realistic actors such as Mithilesh Ji. An era may have ended but it’s never late to start fresh. The iconic plays of legendary actors can be re-enacted and presented in front of the Indian audience to present the sheer talent and efforts actors of the forgotten era used to put on screen.

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The technological advancement must have achieved higher precision in terms of cinematography, animation, and clarity but real cinema is always incomplete with passionate actors.

Recently, the 67-year-old actor took his last breath on 3rd August in Kokilaben Dhirubhai Hospital, Mumbai. He is survived by his wife Seema, two daughters Niharika and Charu, and son Ayush.

The actor who played the character of famous lawyer Ram Jethmalani in the blockbuster web series Scam 1992 was admitted to hospital 10 days before his death citing cardiac arrest. The actor is no longer in between us but has always played a great role in wooing the Indian audience through his mesmerizing performance.

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Born on 15th October 1954 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, Mithilesh worked with the UP registrar of Firms and Societies where he first time got initial exposure to the theatre groups and started showcasing his acting skills.

Some of his famous associations with groups of state capital were named Sristi, Darpan, and Deepa Rangamandali. His acclaimed plays include Ala Afsar, Sharvilak (1979), Mouse Trap Ganda (1984), Siryast (1990), Sheerhiyam (1990), and Shanivaar Ravivaar (1991-1995). After his brief journey doing plays, he quit his full-time government job to pursue acting.

His career in film kick-started with the movie named Bhai-Bhai in 1997, followed by the critically acclaimed movie of director Ram Gopal Verma named Satya. He has also worked in movies like Koi Mil Gaya, Krrish, Gadar Ek Prem Katha, Bunty Aur Bubly, and many more. Recently, he was also seen in the daily shop Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai!

We are celebrating the 75th year of the Independence of India and almost 112th year of the Indian Film Industry which produces the largest number of movies per year but how far we have been successful in removing the colonial culture in the film industry?

Where well-deserved actors like Mithilesh Ji, leave us just like an ordinary man and meanwhile few people follow over glamourous lifestyle. Can a country be truly independent if it starves to get real-life recognition for true artists? It’s hard be analysed in the true sense, but real Azadi Ka Mohatsav isn’t complete without equivalent status for all artists.

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