Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap on Monday contributed to the discussion around nepotism. In a series of tweets, Anurag asked people who are pointing fingers at ‘insiders’ and ‘outsiders’ to take a closer look at how they and their contemporaries treat spot boys, junior artistes and other units of filmmaking on a movie set. Anurag wrote, Friends, a unique and unusual debate is taking place right now. Actors are not the only ones who make a movie what it is. At least, 150 people or more make up a set. The day these ‘insiders’ and ‘outsiders’ treat different assistants and spot boys with respect is the day when we can proceed with this debate further.In another tweet, the filmmaker, apparently talking about Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika controversy, wrote, When those actors who talk about nepotism take the reign of an entire film in their hands, they become someone else. I would suggest you to read some of the older interviews of those sporting actors who had to leave such sets. At the end of the day, you will only reap what you sow). In another tweet, the filmmaker, apparently talking about Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika controversy, wrote, ‘When those actors who talk about nepotism take the reign of an entire film in their hands, they become someone else. I would suggest you to read some of the older interviews of those sporting actors who had to leave such sets’Making another important point about the industry and the way our society functions at large, Anurag Kashyap wondered why do only actors (who often take so much from a film) raise points about justices and injustices within the system? The director stated that to understand the truth of the matter, one would have to look at all the potholes of society.Anurag concluded by saying that he too had suffered a lot in the industry, but if the whole world appreciates you and your art, then why do people care about those two-three people who didn’t? I too have suffered a lot at the hands of the outsiders and insiders in these past 27 years in the industry. However, I have never felt the need of their validation in any form),” read another tweet of the director.On the work front, Anurag Kashyap last helmed the 2020 Netflix film Choked, which featured Saiyami Kher and Roshan Mathew in the lead roles.