Kareena Kapoor Khan and Alia Bhatt need no introduction. They have given many box office hits and many critically acclaimed performances.
So why are some people questioning Kareena and Alia’s place in the Bollywood Film Industry?
Well, it all started after Kangana Ranaut criticized nepotism, she blamed nepotism for blocking outsiders chances in Bollywood, nepotism became a hot topic after Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise.
One thing is 100% true that if star kids want to become actors, they get ready-made launchpads. There have been instances where Star Kids got their first break in big production house films.
Even after giving bad performance back to back, Star Kids get many opportunities. Several Box-office flops don’t hamper their chances of getting another movie.
These are not the privileges of an outsider. An outsider struggles and struggles, he struggles to reach the producer’s office, he struggles for an audition, and if an outsider gets a chance to prove himself, Then it is hard for him to get another chance if he fails, which is not the case with Star Kids.
Life is difficult for an outsider if he wants to make his mark in Bollywood. So does this mean that Star Kids don’t work hard?
The answer to this question is no, it is not true at all.
Star kids may get ready-made launchpads for them, but after that, it is their talent and hard work that decides how successful they are going to be.
Star kids like Ranbir Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and many more proved their talent. They are here because the public loved them and accepted them. There is a long list of star kids who failed, and we don’t see them very often.
Apart from this, there is a disadvantage that every star kid has, and that is their parent’s success. People try to find their parents in them. Nobody sees them as separate actors. Star kids have this burden throughout their careers. People try to compare them with their parents. An outsider never faces this.
So if any Nepo Kid (Star Kid), who is a talented and good actor, should he or she not get movies? or should we hate them just because they are a product of nepotism?
Will SRK fans, who are praising SRK for not being a product of Nepotism support Aryan Khan if he would want to be an actor?