Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut's claim that 99 percent of Bollywood's use of drugs has been denied by actress Shweta Tripathi is a half-truth.

The 'Masaan' fame actress, who was impressed by acting in recent digital releases like 'Cargo' and 'The Gone Game', also said that Kangana had the illusion that actresses had to sleep with someone to get work and to say That outsiders make a place in the 'big bad world of cinema' only after compromise, it is not that nor does Bollywood work like this.

Shweta told IANS, "I think these things are circulating that half of the people in the film industry are intoxicated, or that women actresses sleep with someone to get work, and outsiders get great and good scripts. For and only after making compromises in the 'big bad world of cinema', they get their place. No, these are not the things that we do in Bollywood. "

She further said, "Trust me, when I say this, no one can forcefully put drugs in our mouths!" If a youth wants to take drugs, how will they take it, whether it is in Mumbai or living in any small city in the country? It has nothing to do with Mumbai city. I want to tell all the parents that raising their children, it is important to take care of their mental health as well as to grow ethically in the right direction. ”

The actress said, "I think when we pack our bags and come to Mumbai, our parents should ask if we are alright, rather that we should give up from the initial struggle so that we all Pass. If we are constantly asked how much money we make and it is said that our struggle is nothing but a waste of time, it creates a different kind of mental pressure on any budding talent. It is not about the consumption of drugs. It is about the issues he faces that lead him into a world of dark and addictive and mental health issues. I think these issues should be talked about rather than maligning an industry. ”

Significantly, in the last few weeks, many women celebrities in the film industry have raised their voice against the negativity spread in Bollywood. These include actress Jaya Bachchan, Hema Malini, Vidya Balan, Urmila Matondkar, Taapsee Pannu, and singer Sona Mohapatra.