Nepotism is imperative in almost every sphere of life, majorly spoiling specific areas like Politics and Cinema. It used to happen, back then, when artists were known for their callibre and not for their strong alliance with the film industry. The last few years had shown a sudden boom in the number of actors who belongs to a potent background peculiarly influenced by the cinematic connections. Nepotism has forced the audience to imbibe its relevance when Kangana Ranaut addressed Karan Johar to be the “Flag-bearer of nepotism.”
The big production houses like the Dharma Production, are the spring to the actors who belongs to the silver spoon feeding community. The reason we can see the ratio of Kapoors and Khans more, than any other people dominating the screen.
Not amazed, the person who establishes them is a “movie mafia” as quoted by Kangana in a show previously. The trailer launch of Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khattar starer Dhadak has led to several scuttlebutt over social media. People are now exposed to the practice that goes on in Bollywood and how money and fame supplants dedication and materiality.
Favoritism and ascendency of directors plays a vital role in commencing a particular star kid. Karan Johar plans to introduce Ananya Pandey alongside Tiger Shroff and Tara Sutaria in the sequel of Student of the year.
It had been noticed quite often that a celebrity kid is launched opposite to a new face while that movie turns out to be a miserable flop.
But what we see is the fortunate one getting queues of the film in a row while the latter is still awaiting one. Fabulous talents like Vikranth Massey, Vijay Raaz and many more who had startled the audience with their stupendous skills as supporting actors in many movies would not get easy offers from big production houses. If the only talent matters the most, such actors who are credited for their commendable work by the audience would have achieved great positions by now.
But it’s not that dingy in the glamour world because there had been outsiders like Priyanka Chopra, Shahrukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and many more who have proved themselves time and again, and are ruling the cine kingdom with their virtues.
Though exceptions had always been there like Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Ranbir Kapoor, who, in spite of their added benefit, thrived their way to success by proving themselves. Preferences and relations can be of great help no matter wherever we go, but hard work screams, and can never be obscured.
The audience sitting on the other side of the silver screen are the ultimate consumers of the content, and they decide the shelf life of a particular talent irrespective of their imperial associations.