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Many of the people are against nepotism, in that ‘many’ every person comes who has not come from nepotism. They feel like they had to struggle a lot more than the people who have come out of that background. When we are talking about nepotism, your mind directly goes to Bollywood but here we are talking about all of the professions as it happens everywhere. But is it that easy? Is it their fault that they were born in that family? As everyone knows more about Bollywood, so if we consider it then there are a lot of actors who have failed even after coming from Nepotism.



From older times there is Rajiv Kapoor, son of the legendary Raj Kapoor who failed as an actor. Even his other son Randhir Kapoor had not a successful career, whereas Rishi Kapoor is considered one of the successful Kapoors. Do you get the context? Even when they all got the same platform, only the one with the actual talent succeeded and remained there in the industry for long enough. Even Ranbir Kapoor, the son of Rishi Kapoor is doing great and that is just because he has immense talent. There are actors like Arya Babbar, Esha Deol, Uday Chopra, Tushar Kapoor, Fardeen Khan, Tanisha Mukherji, Harman Baweja and more who have come from the Bollywood family but failed to impress.



If you have not got the talent then it is not going to work for you, it’s as simple as that. The only boost that they get of being from such background is that they get a push for the debut. But the con is that expectations are much higher from them, and the audience rejects them much quicker than the people coming from no such background. So nepotism is just for giving a push in the early career, but the journey ahead depends upon the talent of an individual.



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- Rajat Priyam
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