Urmila Matondkar calls out favouritism, nepotism on Satya’s 25th anniversary, says she got ‘no awards, not even nominations’


Urmila Matondkar, who played a pivotal role in Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya, recently took to Twitter on the film’s 25th anniversary and mentioned that she wasn’t recognised by any awards or nominations for playing a “simple naive chawl girl” in the film. At the time, Urmila was largely known for playing glamorous roles in films like Rangeela, Judaai and a few other films.

Urmila took to Twitter and spoke about favoritism and nepotism and said that her performance in the film went unnoticed by the bigger production houses and the award bodies. She shared on Twitter, “25yrs of Satya n of playing simple naive chawl girl Vidya at the peak of an scintillating glamorous career. But NO what did that have to do with “acting”.. so no awards n not even nominations. So sit down n don’t talk to me about favouritism n nepotism.. #jastsaying”.


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