Archana Gautam Advocates for Industry Reforms and Merit-Based Opportunities
Turning her attention to the music video, Archana described "AC Lagwade" as a portrayal of a daughter-in-law's struggles in a Haryanvi setting.
Archana Gautam, renowned for her appearance on Bigg Boss 16, has recently voiced her concerns about the pervasive issue of nepotism in Bollywood. She firmly believes that nepotism hinders the opportunities for fresh, talented artists to showcase their abilities. In her view, success in the industry should be determined by merit rather than family connections.
Archana Gautam made these remarks during a media interaction held on Saturday while promoting the music video "AC Lagwade" at Sizzlin Scissors in Vaishali Nagar. She emphasized the urgent need for reforms within the Bollywood landscape, where countless aspiring individuals face continual disappointment in their quest for success. Archana herself ventured into the world of politics, contesting assembly elections when Priyanka Gandhi was a candidate, though she did not emerge victorious. Currently, she is actively involved in various web series and other exciting projects.
Turning her attention to the music video, Archana described "AC Lagwade" as a portrayal of a daughter-in-law's struggles in a Haryanvi setting. The video showcases the daughter-in-law's plea to her mother-in-law and family members to install an air conditioner in the kitchen, where she labors in sweltering conditions. The song, beautifully sung by Kavita Shobu, has garnered immense popularity, amassing over 2 million views on various streaming platforms since its release on September 2nd.
Archana Gautam's candid commentary on nepotism in Bollywood and her unwavering commitment to challenging the status quo underscore the industry's need for greater inclusivity and fairness. As she continues to diversify her career with a slew of exciting new projects, she remains a potent advocate for change and equity within the realm of entertainment.