The Struggle is REAL
And now our regular interviews of Professor Anda-Man by Chuulmaan Khan
Chuulmaan Khan: Welcome back, folks. Today, we’ll discuss about the struggles of the Entertainment Industry. Professor, what do you have to say about this?
Anda-Man: Good morning, son. As we all know that from the beginning of time, life has always been a struggle, whether you call it a worm trying to chew leaves or the President trying to select a new path for the country. It’s all a big struggle. Like many writers say, if there isn’t a conflict i your story, you don’t have a story.
Chuulmaan Khan: But many people in the world suppose the struggles of the art industry to be minimal. And also some think of the art industry to be empty of any real value. What do you say about that?
Anda-Man: See, I’ll give you an example. If business A is very tough for common people, there must be a family in this business which has done it for a longer time than the common people, hence they’re successful. Any person from this particular family can achieve a lot of greatness with very little work, but it also contains its own risks. The common person can only see the success of this new person but they can’t see the failures of his/her whole family lineage. So, you can say somebody got successful with little work but that doesn’t mean that it wasn’t hard.
Anda-man: And when we talk of value, what value does tobacco and cigarettes add to society? What does petrol add? It creates more pollution. What does sex add, other than overpopulation? There is a downside to everything, we can’t rule out 1 opinion on anything unless we can call ourselves fascists.
Chuulmaan Khan: Wow, rightfully said, sir. This is it for today.
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