After the sudden demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, a debate on nepotism has started inside the film industry. Nepotism has always been a big topic for debate in the Hindi film industry. While it was not always discussed openly, many actors admitted that it was there. While trolls have been bullying star kids for reportedly getting preference, numerous astonishing revelations have been made which may have changed the preconceived notions about the industry.
Paras Chhabra, who saw a massive rise in his popularity after his participation in Bigg Boss 13 last year. In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, the actor spoke how star kids don’t want to work with newcomers. He said, “Star kids don’t want to work with the newcomers. They will work with star kids only or maybe who are famous like Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor or Ranveer Singh.”
He added, “There are groupism and nepotism and you can’t do anything about it. If you want to come to films, you have to get your own finance or get financers who will make your film. If you get the finance also, you won’t get the Heroine. You have to work with new heroines only.”
Talking about how things can be fairer and more transparent, Chhabra stated, “I want to open an agency for artistes so that if anyone has a problem, I will look into it.”