Kareena Kapoor defends nepotism in Bollywood

Kareena Kapoor defends nepotism in Bollywood

Kareena Kapoor defends nepotism in Bollywood

In an interview recently, she revealed that she and her husband Saif Ali Khan want a normal childhood for baby Taimur. The gorgeous Soha and Kunal Kemmu tied the knot on January 25, 2015, in Mumbai.

In the pictures, the "Rang De Basanti" actress can be seen in attractive flowy pink gowns and shift dresses.

Here's wishing Soha all the best for an exciting phase in her life.

Actress Kangana Ranaut sparked nepotism debate when she graced the celebrity talk show Koffee With Karan. So, it's not only Bollywood, but nepotism exists in many fields. A politician's son takes over his place.

Speaking with Filmfare, the actor said she understands that her son is a paparazzi favourite, "but I just don't want him to be looked upon as a star kid". While going through a number of necklaces, she gets so tempted by the designs that she ends up buying it for herself. "It's about talent and survival of the fittest", she was quoted saying in the report.

If there's Alia Bhatt, there's also Kangana Ranaut: Kareena Kapoor Khan gives her take on nepotism

She further added that not all star kids have made it big in the industry despite their background. "Otherwise, a lot of star kids would've been No.1 stars in our country", she argued.

On the professional front, Kareena has already started the shooting for Rhea Kapoor's "Veere Di Wedding" also starring Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar, and Shikha Talsania.

She further adds that this debate is just overrated, since it's "hard work and talent" that takes one far. That's exactly the reason why Kangana Ranaut is considered such a great actress.

Kareena is now shooting for "Veere Di Wedding", her comeback movie after becoming mother to Taimur Ali Khan.

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