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Nepotism in Bollywood is overrated! And here are the reasons to prove it!

  1. It happens everywhere, not just in Bollywood. Yes, it is unfair but that’s life. Some are privileged and some are not. Don’t you personally know people who plan to take over of their family’s business after they grow up? I do but I can’t do anything about it. India may be the pioneer of dynastic politics. Do you think it’ll ever end, I don’t think so. Leave others and answer this simple question, if you want something and a family member of yours had the means to do it, will they not help you? Of course, they will.
  2. Who runs the Bollywood? Nope, not Karan Johar, not the Khans, not the biggest producers, directors or actors, they are powerless. We run the Bollywood. We have the power to make or break a movie, an actor, a director, or anyone. We are the consumers and the Bollywood caters to us. Do you think any producer in their right mind will spend millions on a movie if they know that the audience will just not like it? We, as consumers need to smarter with what we consume because that is what will determine the future of Bollywood.
  3. Who are the biggest stars of this generation? The answer may vary from opinion to opinion. According to me, Pankaj Tripathi, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Ranveer Singh, Ayushman Khurrana, Rajkumar Rao, Deepika Padukone, Aalia Bhatt, Radhika Apte, Taapse Pannu and Vicky Kaushal are taking over Bollywood. How many of these are the products of nepotism?
  4. Also, if nepotism could make any star kid a superstar, Abhishekh Bacchan would be the king of the industry.

I would not disagree with the fact that the star kids are extremely privileged and they don’t have to work hard and struggle to enter the industry but if they fail to deliver and prove unworthy of this privilege, the audience can end their career anytime.

Let me know if you agree or disagree. This quotes says it all.


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