We all have seen the season of infamous awards coming and going every year. With each award function coming around, we await the performances of our favorite Bollywood celebrities but time after time we observe the same stars dancing and walking away with the awards, maybe because the other ones have just stopped attending the events.
Well, it has truly become difficult to distinguish one award function from another these days. And however, this could be a reason for a few Bollywood stars to stop attending the award functions.
Read on the actual reason revealed and gain insight into the whole matter.
Earlier there used to be only Filmfare Awards, and the whole film industry used to wait for it, but now so many awards shows take place.
The reason behind a big number of award shows is only that it brings lump sum revenue just like reality shows.
Aamir Khan lost faith in award functions after his performances in 'Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar' and 'Rangeela' went unrecognised. And so he doesn't trust them.
In a recent interview, he addressed that he doesn't believe in award functions and doesn't find them real. He says, "What's the use of that award which you get only because of your performance in the function"
Along with the Bollywood actors, this actress also declares that she will no longer attend award functions. And the reason behind this statement is that Kangana finds the award ceremonies overhyped.
The Khiladi and Bollywood's leading star, Akshay Kumar who has delivered 100 hits in his 20 years long career, never received any popular film award. He believes that all the award events are manipulated.
It is been a while that actor who won two National Film Awards has shunned other popular film awards. "I feel all awards in India are rigged. You know how the business operates, it's a money-making thing," says the actor.
This actor is the favorite of both the audience and critics. The actor known for stellar acts says, "I feel a number of actors do a great job, but they aren't awarded appropriately for their work...There are so many of them (award functions) that the sense of gratification which you should feel on getting an award, is hardly there".