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The nepotism debate refuses to fade away when it comes to Bollywood even though it’s far more prominent in all South film industries, where nobody bats an eyelid, and our actors only fuel the topic further by either addressing it for no reason or still indulging questions from the media on a done-to-death subject. A few such instances were again presented by popular Bollywood actors like Ranveer Singh, Janhvi Kapoor and more…
Ranveer Singh recently took a cheeky dig at Kangana Ranut beginning the ‘nepotism debate’ on Koffee with Karan, when on the same show, he told host Karan Johar how he was “unceremoniously dropped from Bombay Velvet in favour of Ranbir Kapoor” as he couldn’t justify his star value at the time. Also Read – Koffee With Karan 7: Ranveer Singh calls out Karan Johar for nepotism, reveals he was replaced by Ranbir Kapoor in this film
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In conversation with Pinkvilla, Janhvi Kapoor labelled nepotism a “never-ending debate”, admitting that though star kids do get things easily, those who believe “she doesn’t deserve to be here (in Bollywood) can deal with what they think themselves.”
Claiming he “loves nepotism and believes in the whole thing”, Vidyut Jammwal told BBC Asia Network that if someone is his friend and wants his son to be an actor, he’ll do everything in his power to make sure that happens, otherwise what sort of friend he’d be, but added that he certainly wouldn’t stop somebody else and that’s the only change that needs to happen. Also Read – Dhaakad box office collection: Kangana Ranaut’s film joins Ranbir Kapoor’s Bombay Velvet as one of Bollywood’s biggest flops? Read report
In a chat with India Today, Rajkummar Rao said that while “nepotism will always be there, there are many opportunities now”, with his friends, who were also his classmates, now getting recognition like his “Jaideep Ahlawat and Pratik Gandhi” have for Paatal Lok and Scam 1992.
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