Alaya F On Nepotism: “We have to accept that we get the benefit”

Rajendra Pal

There is often a debate in Bollywood about nepotism. A few days ago, during a conversation with Rajeev Masand, Ananya said something about her struggle that she was trolled on social media. However, there was talk again. Now we will tell you later what Ananya said on nepotism. But meanwhile, Pooja Beti’s daughter Alia Furniturewala has revived the debate of nepotism.

Alia will soon be seen opposite Saif Ali Khan and Tabu in ‘Jawani Jaaneman’. Jawani Jaaneman is Alia’s debut film. That is, Alia is going to step into this industry with this film. The actress is currently promoting her first film. Recently, during a conversation with Mumbai Mirror, he admitted that yes, they have to be a bit less strung out than ordinary people. Talking to Beavisad, Alia said, ‘We have to realize that even though we struggle, we still get some benefit. If we are rejected 10 times in an audition, then ordinary people are rejected 100 times. Their Struggle is more than our Struggle. But I am privelised it does not mean that I do not love my work or I will not work hard for it ‘.

Now read why Ananya was trolled:

When film critic Rajeev Masand questioned Ananya about nepotism, the actress said, “Everyone feels that we don’t have to take much trouble.” We do not need to struggle. But it is not so. Yes I am lucky that I am the daughter of Chunky Pandey. My father has worked very hard. My father did not congratulate me when my first film was delayed a year. Because they know that anything can happen here. My father never worked with the film Dharma. He was never called in Koffee with Karan. Everyone has their journeys’.

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