When Alia Bhatt talked about nepotism: 'I can't get up and ask for forgiveness for being born on this household'

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When Alia Bhatt talked about existence of nepotism& 

The debate across the existence of nepotism has at all times made headlines. But from the previous two months, it has gained large momentum. On June 14, Sushant Singh Rajput was discovered useless at his Bandra residence. The late actor reportedly died by suicide and ever since then, many have been claiming that he misplaced his life as a result of nepotism. Many celebrities got here ahead and accepted the existence of the identical in Bollywood and in addition talked concerning the struggles that outsiders and insiders face within the business. 

Actress Alia Bhatt has at all times been on the receiving finish of the criticism with regards to struggles of star children. After Sushant’s demise, netizens have been calling out the actress and have been demanding a boycott of her movies. The actress has maintained a stoic silence on the problem however this has not been the case at all times. 

Earlier, when the actress attended the fourth version of Women of Worth (WOW) Awards 2019 held in Mumbai, she had opened up concerning the existence of nepotism. Alia had stated, “It feels terrible if you feel like somebody else is getting an opportunity because of their family line, so there is no way to counter that thought. It does exist. As I said, there are no negative thoughts. I can’t wake up and say sorry for being born in this family. But I can definitely say that I will work as hard as possible to prove that I deserve to be here.”

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Alia Bhatt’s filmography:

Alia made a debut in Bollywood with Karan Johar Student Of The Year in 2012. Ever since then, she has been part of a number of hit initiatives and received a number of awards. Next, she might be seen in Mahesh Bhatt’s Sadak 2, co-starring Sanjay Butt, Pooja Bhatt, and Aditya Roy Kapoor. 
Apart from Sadak 2, Alia even have Ayan Mukherji’s Brahmastra and Sanjay Leela Bhaanshali’s Gangubai Kathiawadi.    
 

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